set_default_time_zone“. Assuming you live in an area using one of the 58 time zone abbreviations that OpenVOS knows about, you can just provide the time zone abbreviation. For example: “
set_default_time_zone mst” changes the time zone to mountain standard time. You can find the table of known time zone abbreviations at http://stratadoc.stratus.com/vos/17.0.1/r281-08/wwhelp/wwhimpl/js/html/wwhelp.htm?context=r281-08&file=ch15r281-08ak.html.
set_default_time_zone noa -420” and back to daylight in 6 months with “
set_default_time_zone noa -360“
The NIO gets its time from OpenVOS using the time protocol (not the same as NTP) and displays the time as UTC (no time zone) so you do not have to worry about it.