The company I work for still uses Windows 2000 Server for most, if not all of its infrastructure. I recently joined my Vista laptop to the domain and noticed the system clock jumped ahead by an hour. I know the cause of this is because the time is synchronized with the domain server (which has dst turned off, because no one could get the patch working correctly after the law change a few years ago). I turned dst off on my laptop so the time would be correct. The problem I'm having is that every few minutes I see the clock jump ahead again, only to jump back a few seconds later. This is causing problems with a few programs I have that use the system time to determine if files need to be updated.
Any ideas on how to fix this problem? If I haven't given enough information to troubleshoot with let me know and I try to fill in the missing details.
As I mentioned above I don't have access to the PDC or any of the other servers (nor do I want to be held responsible for the results if something gets messed up). For the time being I'm going to turn dst on my laptop back on and change my clock setting to a different timezone and see how that works.