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Exchange server major issues. When I send a mail outside the network it is recieved a hour late meanig it gets there imedietly but ig it is 9:00 it say it was sent at 8:00 and if I get one from outside it says it is a hour later. All teh time onmy servers and my workstations are correct what is the deal we did not do the dst patch we changed the time manually. please help
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AbhijeetNigam earned 500 total points
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I would suggest to go for DST patching
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did that, but I have a need top remove it off a workstation here at work. How do you remove the dst patch from a windows compouter asap thank you
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