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Setting Time Zone in ImageUnattend Answer File

Posted on 2013-06-13
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Hi all

Just looking for a little help with something. The time zone I am setting (GMT Standard Time) is not being applied to the OS by the answer file, all other settings I have specified are working. Perhaps I have the incorrect setting, I know it's not referred to as UTC Dublin etc etc.

Here is my answer file:
ImageUnattend.xml
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Question by:Davidwuk
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by:ingetic
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you can find valid timezone : tzutil.exe /l

and local one : tzutil.exe /g

try to use the local one
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"GMT Standard Time" should be correct.  A couple things you might try:
 - apply the setting during the OOBE pass
 - use the %TIMEZONE% variable in place any string.  If you're using WDS, the timezone of the WDS server will be automatically substituted.
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by:Davidwuk
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This seemed to do the trick (using the setting %TIMEZONE% to pull the time from the WDS server).

Thanks, much appreciated.
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