Set a Windows Server’s time zone using Group Policy

Windows Servers should be set to the correct time zone when possible. This is one step you can take to have a consistent time management policy for your systems. I think Group Policy is the best way to centrally manage this setting; unfortunately, Group Policy doesn’t have a built-in value to configure the time zone setting on a Windows Server. But, in this tip I show you how to put one and one together.

Read the entire post at TechRepublic.


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