SCOM Management Pack: Daylight Saving Time Change Detection

I wrote this management pack to detect system time changes that are caused by daylight saving. It’s called “Custom Daylight Saving Detection”. Background: When supporting a infrastructure that has servers across the globe, it is hard to keep track of daylight saving schedules for all time zones. There is a requirement that we need to be notified when the Windows servers have entered/exited daylight saving time. Functionalities: This management pack generates alerts when: the agent computer has entered / exited Daylight Saving time. the agent computer is entering / exiting Daylight Saving time within a configurable number of days (default is

ConfigMgr 2007 Inbox (Outbox) Monitor: Could not complete polling cycle within configured period

Starting few weeks ago, In the SCCM environment which I support, all site servers located in one country started generating status messages similar to below every 15 minutes: SMS Inbox Monitor took 3627 seconds to complete a cycle.  This exceeds its configured interval of 900 seconds by 2727 seconds. These messages are also logged in Site server’s application log. SCOM also detects it and generated warning alerts:   After reviewing inboxmgr.log, I noticed the time stamp for the log entries was 1 hour ahead of the system time. This also happens to the other SCCM log files. I then noticed

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