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We have several XP system that did not adjust automatically to the 2011 DST. The system has XP SP3 installed. Can anyone provide any info of what was missing?

I know running KB979306 resolves the issue but I assume previous DST patches and SP3 will resolve this.
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the key word is previous patches and SP3 SHOULD resolve it, but as this is MS it does not always resolve the issue.  I have had to run the patch on a fully patched SP3 machine several times.

Might also check and make sure that the check is in the clock setting to auto change.
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