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Windows 7: How to NTP timesync after Wifi connect (and not at boot time)?

28 Jul 2019   #1

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How to NTP timesync after Wifi connect (and not at boot time)?

There are some guides available on how to NTP timesync a Windows system immediately after bootup.
Read: on how to connect to Internet NTP-Time servers and synchronize local computer time with timezone time.

But what if no internet connection is available at this (boot) time yet?

So what I need is an AUTOMATIC timesync (only/additionally) AFTER a WiFi or other Internet connection is (later) established.

How can I achieve this?


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