SkSNTP ActiveX Control is a lightweight and powerful SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) ActiveX control that can be used for very accurate local clock synchronization with a remote time server across the Internet.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: SkSNTP ActiveX Control is a lightweight and powerful SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) ActiveX control that can be used for very accurate local clock synchronization with a remote time server across the Internet. The Magneto Software SkSntp ActiveX control (SKSNTP.OCX) allows developers to integrate the SNTP protocol message sending capability into their applications.
SkSntp ActiveX control can retrieve the exact time from any SNTP compliant time server across the Internet, and synchronize your computer' local clock accurately to the order of milliseconds.
It can be used from any 32-bit Windows development environment, including Visual Basic, Visual C++, and Delphi.
SkSNTP ActiveX Control is capable of processing multiple SNTP requests simultaneously.
It is fully compliant with RFC 2030.
SkSntp ActiveX Control comes with complete documentation, sample code, and working demo programs.
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