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SharePoint Clock Webpart

Posted on 2012-03-16
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I have a SharePoint 2010 site that runs on an internal (not connected to the "Internet") network.  I am looking for a time display webpart that can display up to 6 times (each shows a time for a different time zone). The key is the webpart WILL NOT be able to access an external site to obtain the current time. The basis for the times needs to be the server the SharePoint 2010 site is running on.  Then the time offsets for the  timezones  can be based on the server time.

Does anyone know of a  webpart that can “obtain the current time” based on the server time the SharePoint 2010 site is running on?
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http://jamestsai.net/Blog/post/SPRegionalSettingsGlobalTimeZones-How-to-build-world-clock-get-time-zones-information-in-SharePoint.aspx

http://www.sharepointreviews.com/component/content/article/52-design-elements/158-World-Clock-and-Weather-Web-Part-by-Bamboo.html

Not sure (from whats written) whether either access the web but if they do then it can't be difficult to create your own based on your local server time then using a +/- offset to reflect the time in X
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Thanks QPR.  I will check 'em out.
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