Hi. I am using 7.0.3.2.42 on SQL Server. All of my EventTimes and DBTimes are about 10 hours our. It looks as if the system is processing all times in GMT. Is there anyway I can change this.. Can you confirm that this is what is happening.

All of our server times check out as being correct.

Help - we use this system to enable tracking of various machines reading files.

Dave

asked 20 Feb '18, 19:56

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Hi Dave -

Can you tell me exactly where you are seeing these times that are off?

Times stored in the database are always UTC/GMT, but then converted and displayed in local time in the Console/reports.

Also, please run Diag.exe (in C:\Program Files (x86)\PA Serer Monitor). It will show the timezone settings that are being read from the OS. That might highlight a timezone setting problem on the server.

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answered 21 Feb '18, 16:40

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