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Old 19-08-2009
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How to keep Windows XP Pro schedule on Time

When I format my computer at that time I set my time machine time properly as the Delhi +5.30 GMT and the other computer as well as the client computers are set to central time GMT -5. It works very good for almost a week then I found that the time seems to keep jumping 1 hr forward, regardless of the actual time and if i try to manually set it to the correct time, When I again reset it to the actual time it stays there for about 15-20 minutes then jumps forward 1 hr. how do I permanently set my time.
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Re: How to keep Windows XP Pro schedule on Time

Windows XP Professional has a command line utility that allows users to schedule the execution of tasks. The schtasks utility has a wide variety of options. Through this syntax you may run the task as the current user. To run the defrag program on the C: drive at 11 PM, use this command:

schtasks /create /sc once /st 23:00:00 /tn cdefrag /tr "defrag c:"

The time will be change as per your requirement.
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Re: How to keep Windows XP Pro schedule on Time

CyberMatrix Pro Schedule Standard is a simple to use single or multi-user group appointment scheduling program. It is possible to place the password in the command (using /rp password) although to do so may be a security risk -- use at your own risk. If you want to run the task as another user, specify the username with the /ru username command option. Example:

Assume: it is noon GMT. This is displayed as 06:00 in your winter timezone and as 07:00 in your summer timezone.

If the timezone on a PC didn't get chanegd properly, it will be displaying 06:00 instead of 07:00. But that would be acceptable as for the support to the above example you could go through the link here.
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Re: How to keep Windows XP Pro schedule on Time

If your organization schedules appointments by fractions of an hour or by the week,then Pro Schedule can help. The start time (/st 23:00:00) determines the time (HH : MM : SS) that the task will start in the 24 hour format. Share appointment schedules over your network (Standard edition) or over your intranet or the Internet (C/S, Enterprise or Web edition). Pro Schedule reduces costs by minimizing the time spent scheduling, improving resource utilization, and avoiding costly double bookings and schedule conflicts.
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