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    First off I have version 2.2.9 and is that vbulletin 2 or 3 ?

    Second how do I get the time correct?
    I have changed the option to read correctly but it is 1:36 PM when it should be 3:36 AM ?

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    Originally posted by Eagle-Mark
    First off I have version 2.2.9 and is that vbulletin 2 or 3 ?

    Second how do I get the time correct?
    I have changed the option to read correctly but it is 1:36 PM when it should be 3:36 AM ?
    vBulletin 2.2.9 is vBulletin 2.

    What option did you set? There are two. There is one in the Admin control panel that reflects the server's time zone offset and one in the user control panel that set's the enduser offset.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Wayne Luke
      vBulletin 2.2.9 is vBulletin 2.

      What option did you set? There are two. There is one in the Admin control panel that reflects the server's time zone offset and one in the user control panel that set's the enduser offset.
      I set it using the admin control panel.
      Now I set it again to a euopion time zone? and get the correct time on the website?

      What is vBulletin 3 ?

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      • #4
        You need to set the timezone in the Admin CP to match the timezone of the server your forums are running on. Then each user needs to set their local timezones in the User CP.

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