Further to my previous post of various issues with the NAC, I have tried a few things to at least have it keep its time.\n\nTo re-cap, the unit does not keep time on its default settings whereby the NTP server service is enabled. At random intervals it runs some 40 minutes behind the correct time, sometimes it recovers, mostly not.\n\nFunnily the cheap tablet I am running as a display does not have any such issues.\n\nSo, to eliminate the Clipsal NTP servers, I selected different local servers to see if that helps.\nUnfortunately no luck.\n\nNext I switched off the NTP server service in the hope that whatever internal clock it has might do the job. I thought it more acceptable to set the time every six months or so by a minute that it may loose.\nUnfortunately that didn't work either. Within 2 hours the unit trailed almost 2 hours behind, not exactly 2 hours, mind you.\n\nI have now re-enabled the NTP service and left just one server in the list.\n\nI am located UTC+2. I would assume that I am not the only one who this is happening to, and wonder how anyone can run any schedulers on these units.\n\nWhat am I missing here?