Day light Savings

By info ·
After a windows update for DST the year comes up as 2008. If you change it to 2007 the year reverts back to 2008. Windows Xp and Windows 2000 has this problem. Anyone out experienced this. Looked all over Microsoft's knowledge base and found nothing.

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Time Sync

by scott_heath In reply to Day light Savings

Is this on a domain?

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by scott_heath In reply to Day light Savings that other may learn as well. You mentioned that the PC was in fact on a domain and that the DC has the wrong time as well. My answer is:

Windows time service automatically syncs with the domain controller, that is why it changes the time back. If you kill the service it won't happen. The DC syncs with an outside source based on GMT or UTC and then uses the TZ offset. Or if it isn't syncing to the outside world then someone just set the time wrong and has never noticed because the year doesn't show in the corner by the time and no one uses servers for calendar management.

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