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I performed a swing install of SBS 2003 to new server hardware.  

My server and all other computers in our network is set for EST, daylight savings checked.

I run the following on the SBS Server and it shows one hour behind:

"w32tm /config /manualpeerlist:time.windows.com /syncfromflags:manual /reliable:yes /update"

Also,  when I run the following on another Win2003 DC Server, it sets it to the correct time (not one hour behind):

"w32tm /config /syncfromflags:domhier /update"

It's as if the 2 computers thibnk they are in different time zones.

I have tried changeing the SBS to a different time zone, and turning off Dayligh Savings Tme and resetting back to correct entries, then running:

net stop w32time
net start w32time
w32tm /resync

Still not showing correct time.


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what does w32tm /tz provide you from both hosts?
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On SBS Computer:

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator.SCOTTLAW>w32tm /tz
Time zone: Current:TIME_ZONE_ID_STANDARD Bias: 300min (UTC=LocalTime+Bias)
  [Standard Name:"Eastern Standard Time" Bias:0min Date:(M:10 D:5 DoW:0)]
  [Daylight Name:"Eastern Daylight Time" Bias:-60min Date:(M:4 D:1 DoW:0)]

Other Win2k3 DC:

C:\Documents and Settings\administrator.SCOTTLAW>w32tm /tz
Time zone: Current:TIME_ZONE_ID_DAYLIGHT Bias: 300min (UTC=LocalTime+Bias)
  [Standard Name:"Eastern Standard Time" Bias:0min Date:(M:11 D:1 DoW:0)]
  [Daylight Name:"Eastern Daylight Time" Bias:-60min Date:(M:3 D:2 DoW:0)]

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator.SCOTTLAW>

It doesn't appear to think it is in Daylights Savings Time.
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glad you got it working.
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