Daylight Savings Mishaps


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I have approximately 50 workstations on my network. A little less than half
of these PCs have adjusted their time yesterday in accordance to the old
daylight savings rules. All PCs have the updated patch (KB933360) and my file
server that runs active directory has the patch applied as well and also
displays the correct time. If I go to one of the PCs in question and do a
"net time" it points to my file server stating that it is recieving incorrect
time from it. I have reinstalled the update on the workstations without
success. On one of the PCs in question, I ran Windows Update manually
(installing an activeX control) and approximately half way through the check
the time corrected itsself. I have been unable to reproduce this on the other
workstations. Does anyone have any ideas?
 
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HeyBub

Tracy said:
I have approximately 50 workstations on my network. A little less
than half of these PCs have adjusted their time yesterday in
accordance to the old daylight savings rules. All PCs have the
updated patch (KB933360) and my file server that runs active
directory has the patch applied as well and also displays the correct
time. If I go to one of the PCs in question and do a "net time" it
points to my file server stating that it is recieving incorrect time
from it. I have reinstalled the update on the workstations without
success. On one of the PCs in question, I ran Windows Update manually
(installing an activeX control) and approximately half way through
the check the time corrected itsself. I have been unable to reproduce
this on the other workstations. Does anyone have any ideas?

nettime takes the time from the server - it doesn't matter if it's DST or
the Martian winter. Whatever the server says is Gospel.
 

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