DST Change - With DST option on, scheduled timed advanced one hour

Marisa A.

We are experiencing an issue after daylight saving time (DST) started in Brazil.
We did set JDE Scheduler to processing option "1" ( adjust DST ), but what it did was to change all our jobs scheduled times to start one hour later. This way, our jobs set to start 1 am were set to start 2 am, which is not the desired behaviour. We wish it continues to start at 1 am.
With DST set to "0", what happens is the scheduled times remain the same, but the jobs starts 1 hour delayed, ie. our jobs set to start 1 am starts delayed at 2 am.
We are not finding a way to keep previously scheduled times running correctly after DST started.

JDE: 9.0
OS: Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise.
Database: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 (SP1)

I've checked the forum for similar problems, but only found old threads for older JDE versions. Does anyone experienced this same problem lately with 9.0 version?

Thanks in advance.
For the users that your scheduler jobs run under, did you set the appropriate daylight saving time rule on their user profile? I don't know if that will make a difference, but it might be worth checking.
Yes, we tried that, but no difference. We ended up adjusting manually all jobs. We also set a test environment in JDE 9.2, but it did present the same problem. It seems we'll have to adjust shedule manually again when daylight saving period ends.
Also check the rules to make sure the dates are correct. We are installing E1 to replace World. The US dates were still under the old rules and had us on Standard Time as of this past Sunday instead of next Sunday.