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Thanks for that post. Finally figured out what it was. In that HKLMSystemCurrentControlSetW32TimeParameters key, there’s a value called Type and this was set to NoSync. Did a bit of digging round on the web and found an MS article which explained:
Type : REG_SZ
Used to control how a computer synchronizes.
Nt5DS = synchronize to domain hierarchy [default]
NTP = synchronize to manually configured source
NoSync = do not synchronize time
For some reason the default on these terminals is NoSync and not Nt5DS. Once I changed the setting to Nt5DS and rebooted the terminal, it’s now picking up the correct date and time.
Thanks for your help.