Updating daylight time on windows 2016
I recommend: It never occurred to me that the time server might be failing! I switched to org and the time is sync'ed correctly now.
The two time zones can be, for example, your local time zone and the time zone of a city that you often travel to.When you change the current time zone, all Calendar views are updated so that they display the new time zone, and all Calendar items are moved so that they reflect the new time zone.For example, when you move from the Pacific Time zone to the Mountain Time zone in the United States, all of your appointments are displayed one hour later.To display a second time zone in your Outlook calendar, select the Show an additional time zone check box in the Time Zone dialog box.Tip: You can quickly switch from your current time zone to the other time zone by clicking Swap Time Zones.Also tried org, all failed with same error : timeout period expired... I am in India and we don't have DST but still Windows shows wrong time, this is very frustrating This has just happened to me this week on a Windows 10 machine, as we entered Daylight Saving Time in some regions here in Brazil, even with the "Adjust for daylight saving time automatically" enabled.
Windows did recognize DST, but the clock kept on going to the wrong time zone: UTC instead of UTC-2 (DST from Brasília's UTC-3).
What I've also noticed is that time zone settings frequently stalls on Windows 10, requiring using Task Manager to kill its processes.
For example, computers -- from laptops to domain controllers -- probably have the "Automatically adjust clock for daylight-saving changes" box checked that automatically advances or pushes back the time on the appointed date.
If you organize a meeting and display free/busy time for invitees from other time zones, their busy times are adjusted so that they are displayed correctly in your time zone.
The second time zone is visible only when you view the calendar in day or week view.
It has been solved by changing the NTP server to org, as @Matt Johnson and @stevemidgley indicated above.