If you have admin rights, and double click on the clock on the lower right hand part of the taskbar, and then click on the internet time tab, you'll notice that Windows XP by default is setup to synchronize your PC's clock with the time server time.windows.com every week. You can also press the update button to update on demand.
The problem is that this feature is being blocked by ZAISS 7. I set up an expert rule to try to fix this,
by allowing My Computer's port 123 to have outgoing access to host name: time.windows.com using UDP protocol.
But the time update is still being blocked by ZAISS 7. My assumption is that I need to add more expert rules,
perhaps to enable network time protocol (NTP).
Could anyone tell me the exact expert rule(s) needed to unblock the automatic Windows time syncronization?
Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite