RE: system clock and time zones during setup
> I know this is a really *really* old post, but I am having a similar
> issue with a Vista unattended install.
> My environment ...
> -- Windows Server 2003 R2 all patched ... blah blah blah;
> -- Windows Deployment Services and WAIK ... blah blah blah;
> -- Imported the boot and install WIM files for Vista/Longhorn and
> configured WDS with an .XML file so it is completely silent;
> -- PXE boot my client ... blah blah blah.
> Here is the problem ...
> I have the Time Zone set in the XML file for Eastern Standard Time, and
> it does, in fact, configure the system for EST. Unfortunately, it also
> changes the system clock ahead 3 hours each and everytime the install
> runs. I have to keep resetting the clock after each install. Now, I
> could put Pacific Standard Time in there and "trick" it, but then I
> would have to do configure the Time Zone post-install. I have 2000+
> clients to deploy, so I really do not want to do that.
> Like the previous poster, I have been doing Windows unattended installs
> for awhile and have never experienced this problem with previous
> versions of Windows.
> Anyone else have this problem?
Not sure what this problem may be related too. I was wondering if you
had found an answer to this question. I have not found very much on the
internet about this problem, so I am assuming that this might be
something that I am doing wrong. I have "Eastern Standard Time"
Configured in my AutoUnattend.xml file.