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Fall back … falls back a week later



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November 1, 2007 6:55 am

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Don’t forget to turn your clocks, including computer and gadget clocks, back one hour on Sunday morning at 2:00 am. Beginning this year, the Energy Policy Act passed by Congress has moved daylight saving time back one week to November 4.
On DST, customers face the same issue when they fall back as they did when they sprang forward. While there likely won’t be the ‘y2K’ havoc that was predicted in the spring, un-patched systems could still be affected, but customers using ZENworks Patch Management should be in good shape.

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