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Posted on 2014-03-12
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HI everyone,

My company is using Remote Desktop Solution. RDS.  Since daylight savings time started up this weekend,  all the AZ employee’s time is off by an hour – so all their Outlook appointments are wrong. The policy " Allow Time Zone Redirection" is ENABLED. Do you know a way to manage this? The people in Arizona never change their time.

Please, Help

Thanks,
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This is in a VMware Zone. If the machine with the problem is a virtual machine, have you installed the VMware Tools in the machine. You should if you haven't.

If you have installed the tools, one of the settings is Time Sync with the host machine. You can try setting that to see if it helps.

Is the guest machine patched for daylight saving? It is usually automatic today, but older systems may still be subject to issues.
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@Italiabella - Thank you and I was happy to help. Note to you:  I am not only a proofreader!  Cheers.
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ohh good to know thank you...John..
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