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How to Run Applications in Specific Time Zones

Time Simulator, a date-simulation software that facilitates testing and simulation of specified system dates and times without requiring you to modify or reset the system clock.
Time Simulator is the tool you need to set up and automate time zone correction (also called time zone offset), on your Windows servers. Time Simulator supports all time zones on one server. The software simulates local time for email programs, scheduling software, and server processes while users are logged on to a remote server in a different time zone.
Time Simulator benefits Windows NT Server 4.0, Terminal Server Edition (WTS) and Citrix MetaFrame and NFuse users, as well as application service providers(ASPs) that provide services to different time zones.
Thanks to time simulation, time virtualization and time automation, a single application can now access multiple times.