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|Subject:||Time difference between files on client and server|
|Creation date:||10/7/10 9:06 AM|
|Last modified on:||10/7/10 9:19 AM|
Time difference between files
Besides synchronizing the data between client and server, Syncrify also preserves the last modified date of a file. However, files on the server are always stored in GMT timezone, where as files on the client are stored in local time zone. This is done by design to accommodate situations where clients from different time zones connect to one server.
Although this design works in most cases, there may be instances where you would like the server to keep its local copy of every file in a time zone that matches with the client.
Following steps demonstrate how to force server to keep the files in the same timezone
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