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how i configure the summer clock that all computer in my company get the good time?
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Lee W, MVP earned 100 total points
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what?

Do you mean you are having issues with Daylight Savings Time?  If so, apply the Microsoft patches from windowsupdate.microsoft.com
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and where install this patch on dc server or on client machine?
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There are 2 KB931836 updates. One version for Win2K3 and one for XP.  They can be downloaded from:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/931836

If running Win2K server or workstation, there is no update as the product is no longer supported. However, Microsoft has a couple of work arounds. If you only have a few servers and workstations the best bet is to manually make the changes. To do so you need to download the TZEdit tool, change the Daylight Savings Time start and end dates, and then change the current time zone, save the change and then change it back. The last part forces the changes to be accepted. See the following link for details (click on "Method 2: Change the time zone settings on a single computer" in the index at the top of the page):
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/914387
Don't forget steps  j & K as mentioned above.


There is also a wizard to walk you through the steps you need to take based on the O/S and applications you have installed:
http://support.microsoft.com/gp/cp_dst
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If you followed my instructions you wouldn't have to worry about this - you go to windowsupdate.microsoft.com and apply the patches that are displayed for you - it will only show the ones appropriate for your system.

Note: there are no supported patches for Windows 2000, NT, or 9x.  There are a few registry edits you can do on these machines and you can run 3rd party patches if you're willing to take the chance.
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