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time changing - domain 2000 server and workstations XP

Posted on 2011-03-15
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time changing - domain 2000 server did not adjust time by itself. but all the workstations adjusted it by itself. So, I went into domain server adjusted it manually. Then what happended is
for example,
domain 2000 server time - 2:00pm
workstation time - 3:00pm.

Please help...

Thank you


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by:oBdA
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The time zone on your server is probably incorrect; since Windows 2000 is way out of support, there are no current hotfixes to adjust the time zone configuration on your server automatically. You'll have to use tzedit.exe to manually correct the time zone settings on your server:
How to configure daylight saving time for Microsoft Windows operating systems
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/914387
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by:jessiewang
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thank you...can I do this while there are working?....

I am going to run tzedit on the server. but after time changed on the server, all the workstation will follow by the server, right?

thank you...
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Yes, just like they did when you changed the time manually, only that the time on server and clients should be identical once the server knows it's actually already summer time ...
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by:jessiewang
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thank you.
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