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Time Rolls Back on Exchange 2003

Posted on 2007-03-23
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We applied the DST 2007 patch on the Exchange 2003 server, however the time keeps rolling back an hour. We manually change it and later on we notice that it is back an hour again. What causes this and how can it be resolved?
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Do you have any NTP servers configured?
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We found out that the orginal DST patch did not take. We had to reapply it.
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