azure backup time and scheduled time does not match

hi,
 got a server 2012R2- got azure backup
got 2 schedules. one to backup all files- which is done everyday
another to backup systemstate file only once in a week and its on sunday

i have attached a pic of my schedule and backup.. time does not match at all.

for files- scheduled time is 1:30am, but backup starts at 2:30 am everyday
for systemstate, its scheduled at sunday 10am, but again it starts at different time.

any ideas ? any time settings in azure backup ?
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Jackie Man IT ManagerCommented:
What is the time of your location in UTC format?
Mr.XAuthor Commented:
am in sydney time zone
so the UTC is +10 hours
Jackie Man IT ManagerCommented:
for files- scheduled time is 1:30am, but backup starts at 2:30 am everyday

Your Azure backup is one hour in advance due to the fact that your backup does not take daylight savings time (DST) into account whereas your backup source does take DST into account from DST patch.

Azure Backup doesn't automatically take DST into account. This could cause some discrepancy between the actual time and scheduled backup time.

Source: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/backup/backup-configure-vault

From 7 April 2019 onwards, Syndey's time set back an hour, so the time of your backup source is one hour behind the time of your Azure backup.

https://www.timeanddate.com/time/zone/australia/sydney

There is no fix so far.

for systemstate, its scheduled at sunday 10am, but again it starts at different time.

For systemstate backup, the time you seen is the time of completion of backup. Systemsatte backup takes much longer time than files backup as systemstate backup is a full backup whereas files backup is an incremental backup. So, it is normal to see different completion time of each scheduled tasks for systemstate backup.

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