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[Solved] Timezone in WinPE

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bphlpt    99
I would like to know the command to check the time zone which is configured in winPE.
GMT-8 (GMT Minus 8)

??? I'm confused. Where do you actually enter that command "GMT-8"?

Cheers and Regards

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submix8c    89

WinPE - Win32 version of CMD. Try Command Prompt then "help" as the Command.

DATE Displays or sets the date.

TIME Displays or sets the system time.

I was telling the "default" Time Zone.

Read this for what "happens"...

http://www.myitforum.com/forums/Time-Change-during-OSD-in-WinPE-m214612.aspx

IOW, there IS NO "TIME ZONE" in WinPE - it works from the "base" of "GMT-8", i.e "Assume GMT in the BIOS, now subtract EIGHT".

Edited by submix8c

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jaclaz    906

Which version of WinPE? :whistle:

Has it WMI/WMIC running?

WMIC Path Win32_UTCtime GET hour
WMIC Path Win32_Localtime GET hour

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dencorso    511

"Something like" is useless. :wacko:

The exact command is:

reg query HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\TimeZoneInformation

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