Net set time sets time one hour off.
Posted on 2007-03-23
Here's a puzzlement. I have a batch file that runs on the secondary servers every 6 hours and on every workstation at user logon. Same batch file. Simple little thing, just a net time set etc.
Here's whats' odd. The secondary servers get the right time when the job runs on them (either on schedule or just by running the batch job) but the workstation get a time that is an hour off. For example, if the server time is 11:15 and I run the job on a secondary server, the server time is set to 11:15, but if I run it on the workstation, the time on the workstation is set to 10:15. I've tried it with the DST autoadjust box checked and unchecked - no difference.
Anyone know what is going on? The workstations are Win2K SP4 and the server is Win 2003.