Set Different Time Zones on Machines

Hi, I was wondering if someone can help me figure out how I can change different machines to have different time zones using GPO.
OZSGGeneral Manager Technical ServicesAsked:
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Dash AmrSenior Specialist(PM)Commented:
Easy,

1 - First you create as many OUs Containers as you want
2- Create GPO as many as needed to match OUs with different settings a u may require
3- Link the equivalent GPO to its OU.

Here in below how in technical terms.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc728229%28v=ws.10%29.aspx

To create a new Group Policy object

    Do one of the following:

        To create a Group Policy object that is linked to a domain or to an organizational unit, open Active Directory Users and Computers.

        To create a Group Policy object that is linked to a site, open Active Directory Sites and Services.

    In the console tree, right-click the site, domain, or organizational unit to which you want the newly created Group Policy object to be linked.

    The Group Policy object will be stored in the current domain, that is, the domain that contains the domain controller that is being used by Active Directory Users and Computers or Active Directory Sites and Services.

    Click Properties, and then click the Group Policy tab.

    Click New, type a name for the Group Policy object, and then click Close.

Notes

    To complete this procedure, you must be logged on as a member of the Domain Administrators security group, the Enterprise Administrators security group, or the Group Policy Creator Owners security group.

    To open Active Directory Users and Computers, click Start, click Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-click Active Directory Users and Computers.

    To open Active Directory Sites and Services, click Start, click Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-click Active Directory Sites and Services.

    The newly created Group Policy object is linked by default to the site, domain, or organizational unit that you select when you create the Group Policy object,and its settings apply to that site, domain, or organizational unit. If you want to unlink the Group Policy object from that site, domain, or organizational unit, see Related Topics.
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OZSGGeneral Manager Technical ServicesAuthor Commented:
@ALFA007 , thanks but I already know how to create a GPO mate :)

@dstewartjr, thanks I will try that and let you know.
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