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I have asked this question on stack overflow but its probably better suited here.

So I have a Motorola MC3190 Mobile Barcode scanning device with Windows CE 6.0.

Now I want to get the device to sync its date/time on boot up with our domain controller using a registry file that I have created.

I have used this registry file below to get close to what I require.



"Autoupdate" = dword:1 
"server" = "NAMEOFMYSERVER" 
"ServerRole" = dword:0
"Trustlocalclock" = dword:0 

"DefaultLCID" = dword:00000809 
"LCID" = dword:00000809

@ = "UTC"

@ = "UTC"

"AutoDST" = dword:00000000 

Now it gets the correct date and shows the time zone correctly however the time is always 5 hours behind on Eastern Standard Time, which is really annoying.

I have researched heavily into this and this question has been asked before here

As you will see I have copied what it suggests but it doesnt work.

Something is overiding the time which I dont understand enough about to resolve.

I cannot find any other setting to get it to set the time correctly.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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In future you should flag for a question to be migrated rather than posting duplicates. – Karan Mar 8 '13 at 18:48

Change the line to:

"TimeZoneInformation" = hex:\
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Please translate your answer to English, add proper formatting and explain what is it exactly that this registry modification does. – gronostaj Jun 28 '13 at 14:36

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