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    Filenames and Purposes
    In the discussion below, system directory means the SYSTEM32 directory on Windows (usually c:\winnt\system32), or the SYSTEM directory on Win95/Win98 (usually c:\windows\system). Server means Domain Time II Server. Full Client means Domain Time II Full Client. Thin Client means Domain Time II Thin Client. Client by itself means either Full or Thin Client.

    All distribution files are copied to the Program Files\Domain Time II directory when the management tools are installed. The Domain Time II Manager program and the Domain Time II Update Server use the files in this directory to perform remote control, updates, and other tasks. Otherwise, files are installed only as noted for each file.

    • setup.exe
      Bootstrap setup program. Exists in the root directory on CD-ROM distributions and some ZIP distributions. Its function is to determine the correct operating system (i386 or x64 in most cases) and run the corresponding setup.exe for that system. The bootstrap setup program also displays the license agreement, any read-me files, or other text files.

    • setup.exe
      Main setup program. Copied to the Program Files\Domain Time II directory if management tools are installed; otherwise runs from its current location when you double-click it. Run this program to install Server, Full Client, Thin Client, Ultra Thin Client, DTSet, or the management tools.

    • dtserver.exe/
      Installation program for Server. Renamed to domtimes.exe and installed to the system directory when Server is installed. May be executed directly, but is usually invoked by either Setup or Domain Time II Manager.

    • dtclient.exe
      Installation program for Full Client. Renamed to domtimec.exe and installed to the system directory when Full Client is installed. May be executed directly, but is usually invoked by either Setup or Domain Time II Manager.

    • dtthin.exe
      Installation program for Thin Client. Renamed to domtimec.exe and installed to the system directory when Thin Client is installed. Note: Thin Client does not have a corresponding Control Panel applet. May be executed directly, but is usually invoked by either Setup or Domain Time II Manager.

    • dtultra.exe
      Installation program for Ultra Thin Client. Renamed to domtimec.exe and installed to the system directory when Ultra Thin Client is installed. Note: Ultra Thin Client does not have a corresponding Control Panel applet. May be executed directly, but is usually invoked by either Setup or Domain Time II Manager.

    • dttray.exe
      Domain Time II system tray icon applet. Installed to the system directory when Server or Client is installed. It may be deleted after install if not wanted (choose Hide System Tray Icon from the menu before deleting the file.)

    • dtman.exe
      Domain Time II Manager. Installed to the Program Files\Domain Time II directory when management tools are installed. Designed to run from the Program Files\Domain Time II directory only. Certain features may not work as expected if you move or delete this file manually.

    • dtaudsvc.exe
      Domain Time II Audit Server program. Renamed to dtaudit.exe and installed to the system directory. when Audit Server is installed.

    • dtupdsvc.exe
      Installation file for the Domain Time II Update Server. Renamed to dtupdate.exe and installed to the system directory when Update Server is installed. Use Domain Time II Manager to install this utility. May be executed directly, but is usually invoked by either Setup or Domain Time II Manager. Note: The Domain Time II Update Server requires that the machine upon which it is installed be a member of a domain. Update Server relies on domain information to discover and update other machines.

    • dtmon.exe
      Installation file for the Domain Time II Monitor service. Renamed to domtimem.exe and installed to the system directory when Domain Time II Monitor is installed. Use Domain Time II Manager to install this utility. May be executed directly, but is usually invoked by either Setup or Domain Time II Manager.

    • dtprobe.exe Diagnostic tool. Installed to the Program Files\Domain Time II directory when management tools are installed. May be executed directly, but is usually invoked from Domain Time II Manager. You may copy dtprobe.exe to Win95/98/ME machines (any directory will do) for diagnostic tests as needed.

    • lmcheck.exe
      System time variance checker (works on all NT or 2000 machines, whether or not any version of Domain Time is installed). Copied to the Program Files\Domain Time II directory when management tools are installed. May be deleted if not needed. You may copy lmcheck.exe to other machines (any directory will do) for diagnostic tests as needed.

    • dttest.exe
      Graphical time server test utility (works whether or not any version of Domain Time is installed). Copied to the Program Files\Domain Time II directory when management tools are installed. May be deleted if not needed. You may copy dttest.exe to other machines (any directory will do) for diagnostic tests as needed.

    • domtime.ini
      This is a text file in standard Microsoft INI format that contains installation defaults for Server, Client, Thin Client, and Ultra Thin Client. It is copied to the system directory during installation of Server or Client. It may be deleted from the system directory after installation on any given machine, but must remain present in the Program Files\Domain Time II directory if you are using Domain Time II Manager or Update Server.

    • domtimes.cpl
      Control Panel applet for Server. Installed to the system directory when Server is is installed. Required for local control of Server. May be deleted from the system directory after installation for security purposes. Does not have to be present in the system directory for Domain Time II Manager to exert remote control.

    • domtimec.cpl
      Control Panel applet for the Full Client. Installed to the system when Full Client is installed. Required for local control of the Full Client. May be deleted from the system directory after installation for security purposes. Does not have to be present in the system directory for Domain Time II Manager to exert remote control.

    • dtupdate.cpl
      Control Panel applet for Domain Time II Update Server. Installed to the system directory when Update Server is installed. Required for control of the Domain Time II Update Server service.

    • domtimem.cpl
      Control Panel applet for Domain Time II Monitor. Installed to the system directory when Domain Time II Monitor is installed. Required for control of the Domain Time II Monitor service.

    • dtaudit.cpl
      Control Panel applet for Domain Time II Audit Server. Installed to the system directory when Domain Time II Audit Server is installed. Required for control of Domain Time II Audit Server.

    • dtset.exe
      Command-line time-set utility. Installed to the system directory when Server, Full Client, Thin Client, or Ultra Thin Client is installed. May be deleted from the system directory after installation if not needed. Preferred method of removal is using Setup to uninstall. This also cleans up any desktop icons and settings associated with DTSet.

    • dtcheck.exe
      Command-line tool. Installed to the system directory when Server or Client is installed. May be deleted from the system directory if not needed. You may copy dtcheck.exe to other machines (any directory will do) for diagnostic tests as needed.

    • ntpcheck.exe
      Command-line tool. Installed to the system directory when Server is installed. May be deleted if not needed. You may copy ntpcheck.exe to other machines (any directory will do) for diagnostic tests as needed.

    • readme.txt
      Text file containing brief instructions for installation or other late-breaking news not in the online documentation. Copied to the Program Files\Domain Time II directory if management tools are installed. May be deleted if not needed.

    • dtclean.exe
      Registry/file clean-up utility, used for complete removal of all Domain Time II components from a system without regard to installed state. May be deleted if not needed.

    • dtclean.ini
      Initialization file for dtclean.exe.

    • w32tmdt.cpl
      Windows Time Agent Control Panel applet. Installed into the system directory during installation of Server or any of the Clients; may also be installed stand-alone without any other Domain Time II components. Use Add/Remove programs to remove if installed stand-alone; otherwise will be removed when Server or Client is removed.

    • dtsync.exe
      Command-line utility to force an immediate sync of the local or remote machine.

    • dtdrift.exe
      Helper program to display drift data files.

    • dtreader.exe
      Helper program to display audit data files.

    • dtrcpl.exe
      Domain Time II Remote Control Panel. Helper program to run Server, Full Client, Audit Server, or Windows Time Agent Control Panel applets against a remote machine.

    Licensing Considerations


    • Client Licensing
      A license for Client covers the use of any type of Client on one machine. This includes Full Client, Thin Client, Ultra Thin Client, the DTSet command-line utility, the UNIX or Linux Domain Time II Daemon programs, or the Windows for Workgroups domtimew program. For each machine where you run any of these programs, you need a client license.

    • Server Licensing
      A license for Server covers the use of Server on one machine. You need one Server license for each machine where Domain Time II Server is installed.

    • Audit Server Licensing
      You need one license for Domain Time II Audit Server per machine where Audit Server is running. There is not a separate auditing fee for each machine being audited; the license is for running Audit Server itself.

    • Manager Licensing
      A license for Manager covers the use of all management tools. You need one Manager license for each machine where Domain Time II Manager is installed. The Manager license includes Domain Time II Monitor (formerly sold separately), the command-line and graphical test utilities, and Domain Time II Update Server (a new component). The Manager license does not include a license to run Domain Time II Audit Server.

    Standard Distribution Packages


    • Evaluation Distribtion
      The evaluation distribution (dt41eval.zip) includes evaluation versions of all Domain Time II components and utilities.

    • Server Distribution
      A Server-only distribution (dt41ser.zip) includes files necessary for installing and running Domain Time II Server.

    • Client Distribution
      A Client-only distribution (dt41cli.zip) includes files necessary for installing and running either Domain Time II Full Client, Domain Time II Thin Client, Domain Time II Ultra Thin Client, or DTSet. Clients for other platforms are distributed separately.

    • Manager Distribution
      A Manager distribution (dt41man.zip) includes all management tools, plus Server, Full Client, Thin Client, Ultra Thin Client, and DTSet.

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