I have two access policies on my Ironport for out-of-hours web browsing. One is for the Head Office in Brisbane (GMT+10), the other for an office in Adelaide (GMT+9.5). I set the brisbane Time Range to the Brisbane TmeZone (same as the Appliance) and the Adelaide one to the Adelaide TimeZone. The times I put in each Time Range were local to that location.
Brisbane: Brisbane TimeZone 12:00 - 14:00 Adelaide: Adelaide Time Zone 12:00 - 14:00
Brisbane worked fine but Adelaide did not. I had to put the Adelaide policy onto Brisbane Time Zone and manually adjust the timings to Brisbane Time.
Brisbane: Brisbane TimeZone 12:00 - 14:00 Adelaide: Brisbane Time Zone 12:30 - 14:30
It means when Daylight Savings starts and finishes, I will need to manually change.
Why didnt the Adelaide local time of 12:00-14:00 work with the Adelaide Time Zone selected?
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