Tell your boss you are busy updating all the computers for DST 2007 and take the day off.
Having trouble with DST 2007, the new Daylight Savings Time change? Pre-Windows Vista machines need to be updated to handle it. XP can update from Automatic Updates, but what pre-XP machines? Microsoft's answer is to run a DST editor on EACH machine! This is why Day Saver can save an average admin with 50 or more pre-XP PCs on his/her network an entire day of manually updated each machine with Microsoft's utility TZEdit. Day Saver is able to update daylight savings time information on your entire network at once, all from your desk. When it's done it will even give you a full printable report. Talk about easy. *NOTE* Major update, please do not use v 1.0 and download the newest version, 1.5. If you have already run v 1.0 you will need to run v 1.5.
**POSSIBLE BUG* * - There have been a couple reports of this program deleting the Eastern Time Zone when run against a Windows 2003 Server. Please be weary when running this on a Windows 2003 Server until this possible bug has been fixed. If this happens, you can download the TZEdit tool from Microsoft to fix this here (Windows NT, 2000, XP and 2003) or here (Windows 95, 98, or ME).
To run this you will need administrative rights on all computers you want to update and they must have remote registry enabled.