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It should have changed automatically for DST since I had the box checked, but it didn't, so I thought it odd I had to change it manually for DST.But it won't stay changed, it keeps jumping back an hour after about an hour's time. Windows update will install a patch that reflects the new daylight times, on Windows XP and 2003 systems.Users of older OS's will need to make the changes themselves.Explanation: The root cause of this issue is still under research, but we believe we can attribute the issue to customers manually applying the time zone updates using the TZEdit application, referring to the steps in KB 914387.It appears that the registry appears to have been altered by some other means (this part is under investigation but could include not completing 914387 or modifying TZ parameters with TZEdit, or potentially malware detection software). Open the Time/Date control panel applet and changing the time zone to a new time zone; hitting apply, and changing it back to the original time zone will often correct this problem.
This tool was first introduced in Outlook 2007 RTM then released as a standalone tool for all versions of Outlook. (This tool is also good for changing appointments if you move to a new time zone.) There is a similar tool administrator can run on Exchange server. If you have a Dynamic DST key under any of the US or Canadian zones (as well as for a couple of other countries), it was installed.The most recent update at the time of publication is December 2008 cumulative time zone update for Microsoft Windows operating systems.This update for Windows 2008, Windows 2003, Vista, and Windows XP and contains changes for time zones worldwide.At the bottom of the time and date window, select Change date and time settings.In the Date and Time settings window, click the Internet Time tab and then select Change Settings.
In the Internet Time Settings window, make sure that the box for Synchronize with an Internet time server is checked.