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SSH Tectia

Changing the Superuser Timezone

To change the administrator timezone, when logged in as the superuser:

  1. Click Settings → My account on the menu.

  2. Click the My timezone button.

  3. In the dropdown list, select the difference between your local timezone and the UTC (also known as GMT) in hours and click Save.

[Note]Note

SSH Tectia Manager does not automatically follow the daylight saving scheme, but keeps the same time year round. In case you wish to change the Management Server to summer time, you can make that change manually into the Management Server.

You can change the timezone settings any time you want. All time information is saved into the system as UTC time, so the timezone setting affects only the viewing of time information at each occasion.


 

 
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