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British Summer Time in Microsoft CRM

British Summer Time in Microsoft CRM

British Summer Time in Microsoft CRM

Hi All,

I have a problem with Microsoft CRM that seems to be a common problem, but also one that I can't find an answer to.  Basically since British Summer time start CRM is taking an hour off dates entered into the system, for example:

29/04/2008:00:00:00 would be become

This is causing problems for the customer and at present we are having to run a manual SQL update each day to update records that are incorrect.  I have searched the Microsoft site and can find a patch for seemingly every other time zone except GMT.  Can anyone help here please?



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