We have until March 11, 2007 to fix this problem in the U. Outlook 2007 users are still recommended to run the Outlook Time Zone Update Tool, See Microsoft Outlook below.State of Indiana only: If you upgraded from any previous version of Windows, such as XP, to Windows Vista, you should check to be sure you are not still operating in the "Indiana" time zone.
You can confirm this via: State of Indiana only: The above Microsoft updates (Windows Update or the specific patch) do not set Daylight Savings Time if you had selected "Indiana" as your time zone, and cannot take into account the counties that moved from the Eastern time zone to the Central time zone.
Microsoft has advised that Outlook users should update Windows and Outlook at the same time. These no-longer-supported versions of Windows should use the utility to reset the Daylight Time change dates for your time zone.
Here are the instructions, and also links to download in case you can't find it on your Windows installation CD.
We changed to DST this last weekend and I just now noticed my pc clock didn't make the change.
I went into the time settings and the automatic daylight savings button was greyed out and set to off.
Tried everyway I could to change it had to finally go into the registry and change the value data from 1 to 0.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Current Control Set\Control\Time Zone Information\Dynamic Daylight Time Disabled It is still greyed out but is on and on a reboot did change my clock to the correct time.
Upon searching the net I found this was a common problem.
In 2005, the United States congress passed the Energy Policy Act of 2005, which among other things extended the duration of Daylight Savings Time in United States, starting in 2007. The problem is that, during the extended periods of three weeks in the spring and one week in the fall, many clocks on systems which automatically to change to and from Daylight Savings Time will continue to operate on Standard Time, even though Daylight Time is actually in effect.