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I am running Windows 10 on a separate SSD, and the issue is only when booting from the Windows SSD. Since you are using a SSD which is most likely connected via USB, there is nothing that you can do other than run a third party utility to sync the clock with a time server.
Not running Windows in parallels, bootcamp, or USB.
In order for me to update I had manual download it from the Windows website, is anyone else having this issue?
Also before anyone asks yes I ran troubleshooter and it found nothing wrong and I can still download other windows updates since last weeks update just came to me last night.
It is a full SATA 3 connected Windows 10 installation, not in a "Virtual Machine"The only way that Windows will run on Mac Hardware is if it runs within a VM.
You may not think that it is, but it is actually running in a VM.
When I go to the Date and Time Settings configuration and toggle the "Set time automatically" setting off then on again, the time changes to the correct time.Otherwise it installs as a Virtual Machine and you will continue to have problems.You still have to use a third party utility to set the clock on Windows, since it has to run in either Parallels or Bootcamp when running on Mac hardware, with Mac OS-X installed.in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; I've been having issues with Windows 10 updates. Okay for some reason since last night I can't get windows defender to update, the dotted lines just keep going not doing anything.