I have two machines and each machine has a SQL Server instance. Between these machines I run service broker. One of my machines has a different time from the other. I mean the machine time of A is 9:00 o'clock and the other one is 11:00 o'clock. The difference between two times means the message can't be received from another machine. When I sync both times with the same time the messages are received.

My question is how can I configure service broker to skip the time difference?


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SSL requires that the time on the client and server be reasonably close. See What role does clock synchronization play in SSL communcation.

At first glance, it would seem that your servers are in different time zones, so configuring them to be in the correct time zone should resolve the issue.

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