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Some XP Clients Didn't Change Their Time to the Daylight Saving Time

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Some clients didn't change their time when the daylight saving time occurred, but some did. Why?
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There's a checkbox in the time settings that instructs the clients ot observe DST.  That is probably not checked.
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You may also want to make sure those computers are set up to use Internet Time as well. You can find these options by double clicking the clock.

You can change the time server to the nist.gov site which I find works the best.
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