posted on March 5, 2007 8:47 AM. by Brandon Ewing
As my compadre TL mentioned last week on this blog, a change in DST(Daylight Savings Time) for the nation has resulted in the need for an update of timezone data for all servers within our network. While for most machines, this can be resolved with a simple vendor-supplied patch, users supporting their own OSes that are no longer covered by vendor support (IE, Windows 2000) appear to be left out in the cold regarding this change. Fortunately, by using commonly available tools, Windows 2000 users are able to modify the timezone data on their local machine to reflect this new change. Read on for more information!