The IP Office has the capacity to hold automatic daylight savings time entries for up to ten years. This may sound like a lot, but I'm starting to run into systems that have not had their automatic daylight savings times updated, and are failing to present the correct time as a result. It's easy enough to edit the entries in the list, however this can be tedious - especially if you are responsible for managing a bunch of sites. To address this, I have created a CSV file that contains the next decade of clock changes. I hope that the time change is abolished before I need to make a new one, though!
You can download the file here. Once downloaded, you need to remove the existing entries from your automatic DST settings and then import the file.
Step 1: Removing the existing entries
Log in to the IP Office using IP Office Manager. The Time Settings can be found under System --> System. Locate the drop-down box and select Delete for each entry. This may include some entries from the future, but don't worry. We will import the full decade's worth of entries.
Select the check box for Configuration. If you have followed all the steps correctly there should be no other options. Click OK to import the new time change profiles. Once imported, check in Manager to see if the profiles are there: