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Posted on 2007-03-28
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Hi,
Can you please let us know how we can simulate the automatic time change in Windows 2003 server/Windows XP in accordance with the UK Daylight Savings Time? This is for simulating an issue occurring in sites in the UK.

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sharath
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Hi Sharath,

Can't you just change the date back to 25th March (for this year) and set the Time Zone to London. The times shifted at 1am if I remember correctly.

Chris
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I can confirm that the time shifted from 1AM to 2AM on 25th March 2007.
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