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    W7 - Setting GMT Standard Time (or the UTC London time)

    Hi

    I'm struggling in getting the machine images to deploy using GMT Standard Time or the version of UTC with BST built in. I can deploy with a standard UTC, but then all the clock are an hour out currently, which is annoying.

    Could anyone point me to what I need to put in to get the <timezone> element of the xml file to be interpretted correctly?

    Many thanks
    Andy

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    Sorted it. I have done it right ("GMT Standard Time" for those interested) but my the NTP Server wasn't accessible to give an accrurate time for it to pull from or something, so I've updated that to my authorities NTP server and all is good.

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