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11/09/2018 67 views

I was wonder how do you handle different time zones.  As of right now I have a one image for desktop one image for Laptops.  If I need to deploy to a different time zone I clone the image and add a time zone PowerShell to change it for my remote location RSA.   That clutters up my K2000 all these multiple images that does the same thing only thing that breaks them apart is the time zones.   How do you handle this in your environment?   Is there a way to do this with the K2000? 


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You can create one Post Install task which checks for the RSA-IP and set the timezone accordingly.


I personally would not use that but set the timezone settings in DHCP (this is what DHCP is for, giving network configs to the clients)
The options are 100 (Timezone ID) and 101 (Timezone Option)
Review the documentation of your DHCP server for a walkthrough.
Answered 11/11/2018 by: Nico_K
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Hi,


did you ever take a look at scripted installs? We are using scripted installs and running a "input prompt" when we setup a machine. We have 200 sites spread all over the globe and are able to do any combination for timezone and regional settings needed.

Answered 11/15/2018 by: wizzo
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If you have a SMA (k1000)  use that to set the time zone after imaging using smart labels via powershell

Answered 11/15/2018 by: SMal.tmcc
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