Set the Time Zone Aperture Uses to Display Dates and Timestamps

Change the time zone from UTC/GMT to your local time zone on Aperture.
By default, the Aperture service displays all dates and timestamps—activity log timestamps, incident dates and times, and file access logs—in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC/GMT). You can change the time zone settings so the Aperture service displays date and time information in your local time zone, but the changes to the time zone you can make depend on your administrative role:
  • Super Admin Role—Administrators with a Super Admin role can change the default time zone globally. All administrators who log in will see data in the time zone set by the Aperture Super Admin administrator.
  • Admin Role—Administrators with an Admin role and has access to all apps, can change the time zone for their own administrative sessions. For example, if a Super Admin set the time zone to Pacific Time but you are in New York, you could set the time zone for your own account to Eastern Time so you can view the data in the context of your local time zone.
  1. Select SettingsAdmin Accounts.
  2. Select your Name in the list of Admin Accounts.
  3. Select the Time Zone you want the Aperture service to use to display dates and times.
  4. Save your changes.

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