Re: The time of content of data log file is not syn with OS
The data logs, like messages in Exchange and many other logs, are stored in system time (similiar to GMT). They are converted into the local time of the box when they are processed by the report engine. Same deal when, for instance, getting messages out of your inbox. The time stamp on the messages will be converted according to the local time the client that's viewing them is running on.
There are built in Windows API calls for doing this if you guys are trying to write your own report generation engine or something...
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