How many times during the year do we all say, “There’s just not enough time in the day,” or that we’re “trying to fit that 25th hour into our day” to accomplish what we need to? Well, this year on Sunday, November 4th, we will actually have our chance as we roll the clocks back an hour. Because the DST changes implemented this year, please remember to take the steps necessary to ensure a smooth transition for your clients just like back in the spring.
Microsoft is producing updates for Windows products as well as other Microsoft products affected by the changes. These updates will be released through Microsoft online channels such as Windows Update and Microsoft Update. See Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) article 933360, “August 2007 cumulative time zone update for Microsoft Windows operating systems,” for information about the update. Check the Daylight Saving Time Help and Support Center for additional information. NOTE: KB article 933360 replaces KB article 931836. Customers who have updated with the previous Rollup (KB931836) should carefully review 933360 in the section on “Updates from the previous cumulative Windows time zone update” and determine if this update is required for their environments. To see such updates in Windows Server Update Services, go to Update Classifications and select Change. Then, select Update Rollups and sync.
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Microsoft US Senior Manager
Small Business Community Engagement
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