windows time

quick question. I had to change our time manually on our servers because th patch would have broke us. But That means I will have to change it again when it was supposed to change. I know it was early this year, but when has it changed in the past thank you
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rindiCommented:
The 2nd last weekend of march...
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Alan Huseyin KayahanCommented:
             *Eventviewer should tell you when it has changed in past. Check your event logs.
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OrionsXCommented:
Your time used to move an hour forward on the first Sunday of April then fell back on the last Sunday of October.

The new DST range moved an hour forward on the 2nd Sunday of March and will fall back on the first Sunday of November.

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rindiCommented:
DST hasn't changed for all. We in Europe still have the 2nd last weekend of April. If you want to get a correct answer then please post what area you live in, or you'll get different answers all of which are correct...
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OrionsXCommented:
Just for the record my post is based on the American DST...except for Arizona and Hawaii(which do not observe DST)

...Indiana observes DST in some places but not others, I guess they have their own system....
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