Local Time Zone Configuration
Updated: November 25, 2009
Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2
The Windows Time service (W32time) applies the local time zone configuration. Windows Time Service uses Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), which is based on an atomic time scale and therefore independent of time zones. Time zone information is stored in the computer's registry and added to the system time just before it is displayed to the user.
|The time service discovered that the system time zone information was corrupted. Because many system components require valid time zone information, the time service has reset the system time zone to GMT. Use the Date and Time in Control Panel to set the correct time zone.|
|The time service discovered that the system time zone information was corrupted. The time service tried to reset the system time zone to GMT, but failed. The time service cannot start. The error was: %1|