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  1. If you had actually posted the question, I could have replied. Don't ask if you can ask a question, just ask the question!
  2. So, whilst I haven't been as active here as I used to be, I have, over the years tried to contribute and answer questions where I could. I finally decided last month to take that step of retiring. Which means no more giving training, no more providing support for Netscalers. No more needing to have any Netscaler VPXes here to be able to use for training demos etc. My remote access solution for home, rather than using the Gateway feature on Netscaler, now uses OpenVPN on a Raspberry Pi! It has been great to have been involved with Netscaler for the last 19 years, and it's good to see that Netscaler still has a good future. Good luck to you all! So long... and thanks for all the fish! Paul Blitz (now retired!)
  3. In the GUI, you just go to System / NTP Servers: delete and add NTP servers as needed. (If the current time is BADLY wrong, then you need to use a BSD shell "date" command to get it relatively correct, then the NTP will kick in.)
  4. The old Citrix ADC datasheets used to include this. The new Netscaler ones just list the different hardwares! Here's an old datasheet: <link removed>
  5. The NTP config is NOT part of the netscaler configuration, per se, so you would need to go to the shell, and view / edit the /nsconfig/ntp.conf file
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