Windows NTP Time Server Syslog Monitor v.1.0.000

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TimeTools Windows Atomic Clock NTP Server Syslog Daemon is a free utility that runs on any Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 workstation or server. It allows any syslog messages from any Linux or Unix based syslog client to be logged and displayed. TimeTools Windows Atomic Clock NTP Server Syslog Daemon is a free utility that runs on any Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 workstation or server. It allows any syslog messages from any Linux or Unix based syslog client to be logged and displayed.

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