This is the link I found for covers XP SP2, Win2k3 and VISTA

Note that the patch doesn't cover win95, win98, win2k, or XP SP1, although 
there is a link in that article that describes a way to edit the registry 
and change the DST.


At 12/19/2006 03:02 PM, Michael Keach wrote:

>windows has already released a patch
>so has Novell for servers
>Michael Keach
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>Wonder if Windows will release a patch to fix the dates the computer
>clock uses if you have Automatically adjust for Daylight Savings Time
>Steve Barner
>South Burlington High School
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