|06 Nov 2012||#1|
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Task Scheduler an Hour Off Since Daylight Savings Time Ended
I did a new install of Windows 7-64 SP1 a couple months ago, and set up a task to go off at 3PM every weekday. It worked correctly until this week; since DST ended, it starts an hour early. The Windows system time correctly "fell back" at 2 AM Sunday morning, and the BIOS time is also correct. But the task scheduler apparently still thinks it's summer.
I edited the task and changed the start time by a few seconds, hoping that the change would reset the scheduler to non-DST, but it's still starting an hour earlier than scheduled. I can't find anything about DST in the task properties, but hopefully I'm just missing it, and someone can tell me what box to check.
So, is there something I can do to make the Task Scheduler agree with the system clock?
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