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The patches will be made available on Microsoft’s Download Center or Windows Update.

This is similar to the Outlook tool but is used against the server.

There are (at least) three ways to verify the 2007 DST updates are installed in Windows XP or Windows 2003. The time zones are located at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Time Zones\. Check for old and new versions of Mexican time zones in Window's Time and Date applet. Add a check the option on top to show all updates then look for KB 928388, 929120, and/or 955839.

Double click on the clock in the tray area, select the Time Zones tab and look for the Mexican time zones. Microsoft released a tool that will update appointments when you permanently change time zones. Outlook 2007 includes an earlier version of this tool (and SP2 removes it) but Microsoft recommends using downloading the new tool for best results.

Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP in April 2014, but the software giant is now taking the unprecedented move of including it in the company’s Patch Tuesday round of security updates today.

“In reviewing the updates for this month, some vulnerabilities were identified that pose elevated risk of cyberattacks by government organizations, sometimes referred to as nation-state actors, or other copycat organizations,” says Adrienne Hall, general manager of crisis management at Microsoft.

(Vista and Windows 2008 contain the 2007 changes to the US DST but the latest update should be installed so worldwide zones are current.) Use the Time Zone update tool for Outlook to fix your appointments.

This tool was first introduced in Outlook 2007 RTM then released as a standalone tool for all versions of Outlook. (This tool is also good for changing appointments if you move to a new time zone.) There is a similar tool administrator can run on Exchange server. If you have a Dynamic DST key under any of the US or Canadian zones (as well as for a couple of other countries), it was installed.

Microsoft issued a “highly unusual” patch for Windows XP last month to help prevent the spread of the massive Wanna Cry malware.