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HP CM8060/CM8050 Color MFP with Edgeline Technology - Set the date and time

You can use the Time/Scheduling menu on the device control panel to establish basic date and time information. However, you can also use the embedded Web server to set the current date and time and to establish advanced settings for using daylight savings time and to configure the device to synchronize with a network time server, if one is available.
  1. Open the embedded Web server. See Open the embedded Web server.
  2. Select the Settings tab.
  3. Select Date & Time from the menu on the left side of the screen.
  4. In the boxes below Current Date, type the current year, select the current month, and type the current day.
  5. In the boxes below Current Time, type the hour and the minutes, and select AM or PM.
  6. Click Advanced.
  7. Select the correct time zone from the drop-down list.
  8. If you need to configure Daylight Savings Time Settings, select the box next to Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes, and then click Start Date/End Date.
  9. Select the correct options for the Start Date and End Date for daylight savings time in your area. For example, if daylight savings time starts on the third Sunday of April at 2:00 a.m, select the following options for the start date:
    • Occurrence: Third
    • Week Day: Sunday
    • Month: April
    • Hour: 02
  10. Next to DST Offset, type the interval, in minutes, to adjust the clock.
  11. If you click Use Defaults, the device returns to the default settings for the current time zone.
  12. Click Apply.
  13. On the main Date & Timepage, if a network time server is available, select the box next to Automatically synchronize with a Network Time Server. Then click NTS Settings.
  14. If a network time server is detected, its address appears in the box next to Network Time Server Address. If you want to use a different network time server, you can type a different network address in this box.
  15. Type the interval, in hours, for how frequently the device should synchronize with the network time server.
  16. You do not need to change the port number for the device.
  17. If you click Synchronize Now, the device synchronizes with the network time server immediately.
  18. If you click Use Defaults, the settings on this page return to the settings that were detected when the device was turned on.
  19. Click Apply.

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