Microsoft Antispyware Program

  Mr Mole 22:37 21 Oct 05

Anyone else having problems in setting the scheduler clock to be a pm setting?

  Forum Editor 22:50 21 Oct 05

and I'll move it there now.

  Mavisk 10:18 22 Oct 05

Yes,same here, if I set it for say 1300 pm, it reverts to 1am when I click apply.

  VoG II 10:23 22 Oct 05

I think that you need to change your clock settings In Control Panel, Regional and Language options, Customise to display am/pm to get this to work as you want.

  rawprawn 10:25 22 Oct 05

I believe it was always like that, and has not been corrected.

  rawprawn 10:33 22 Oct 05

Well I never!

  Fellsider 10:54 22 Oct 05

Mine is set to 13:00(1pm) and stays that way

  Pine Man 14:34 22 Oct 05

To set a schedule in MSAS:

1. Close MSAS
2. In control panel "Regional and Language Options", button "Customize", tab
"Time", configure a 12-hour AM/PM time format.
3. Open MSAS, configure your desired schedule in 12-hour AM/PM format, click
"Save", close MSAS.
4. In control panel "Regional and Language Options", button "Customize", tab
"Time", re-configure your preferred 24-hour time format.

Then your scheduled event should occur at your desired time, even if the
displayed time in MSAS looks wrong.

  Barnacarry 14:57 22 Oct 05

For the last 2 weeks I have been trying to get the updates for MSAS manually yet each time it states 'Warning, could not connect to the Internet!' whilst I'm online. Any ideas?

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