Customer has a Windows 2000 Advanced Server running some sort of legacy software. I am working on setting up a more modern replacement but they have a pressing concern that the machine is exactly an hour behind. I have tried setting it to the correct time manually but it persists in changing back.
I unchecked the option to automatically adjust for Daylight Savings Time, and then changed the time. It stubbornly switches back in a few seconds.
I tried setting it to SNTP from Apple or pool.ntp.org, but it continues to change back. When i try to set it to RTSDOMAIN it says the CURRENT TIME and the LOCAL TIME on the controlling server are an hour apart. I say yes to change to the other server time.... I believe it setting to CURRENT TIME and not LOCAL TIME.
This is apparently causing a serious issue. And i have no idea how to force this server forward an hour.
UPDATE: I should say that the machine in question is a virtual machine on a Windows Host. The host is set correctly and working fine.