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WYSE Terminal - Showing incorrect date/Time

Posted on 2013-01-04
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Hello Everyone
Have several WYSE VX0 terminals ( V10LE )
on the 2nd Jan 2013 all the WYSE terminal date/time changed
Currently all the times are 2days and 8 hours behind
checked and nothing has changed on the wnos.ini file i use
the SNTP serer is up and shows correct time/date.

This is the config used within wnos for
Timeserver=infpv-dc01.mycompany.int Timeformat="24-hour format" Dateformat=mm/dd/yyyy
TimeZone='GMT' ManualOverride=yes Daylight=no Start=030213 End=100213

Regardless of what i do i cannot change the fact it is 2 DAYS behind
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Question by:Shazad Mirza
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Are you Wyse units syncing?

have you checked the SNTP server and access to it from your LAN?
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by:Shazad Mirza
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Hi Hanccocka
THe wyse terminals are syncing with the WNOS.ini
any changes made are reflected on the terminal.
i can view the ini file on the terminal showing any changes have taken effect.
all changes work but the date shows 2Jan2013 ?! which i cannot change ( i can change the time using "gmt + " in the config.

SNTP server checked and time fine and have access from LAN
I cant figure out what has happend with the date / time
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by:Shazad Mirza
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Update-We use citrix on standard laptops aswell using same apps eg Outlook
appears only the WYSE terminals show the time problem of being out of Date
All other laptops when lauch outlook via receiver/pna time / dates are fine
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Shazad Mirza earned 0 total points
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Ive figured it out

upgraded all the firmwares on the WYSE terminals to the latest version 7.1.0_33
this has fixed the problem

Thanks for your time
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by:Shazad Mirza
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Firmware update resolved issue, this wasnt mentioned by other users ; accepting my own as a solution and adding to knowledgebase
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