Retrieve information about the time zone configured on a computer.

This script was tested using Python 2.2.2-224 for Microsoft Windows, available from ActiveState.

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import win32com.client
strComputer = "."
objWMIService = win32com.client.Dispatch("WbemScripting.SWbemLocator")
objSWbemServices = objWMIService.ConnectServer(strComputer,"root\cimv2")
colItems = objSWbemServices.ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_TimeZone")
for objItem in colItems:
    print "Bias: ", objItem.Bias
    print "Caption: ", objItem.Caption
    print "Daylight Bias: ", objItem.DaylightBias
    print "Daylight Day: ", objItem.DaylightDay
    print "Daylight Day Of Week: ", objItem.DaylightDayOfWeek
    print "Daylight Hour: ", objItem.DaylightHour
    print "Daylight Millisecond: ", objItem.DaylightMillisecond
    print "Daylight Minute: ", objItem.DaylightMinute
    print "Daylight Month: ", objItem.DaylightMonth
    print "Daylight Name: ", objItem.DaylightName
    print "Daylight Second: ", objItem.DaylightSecond
    print "Daylight Year: ", objItem.DaylightYear
    print "Description: ", objItem.Description
    print "Setting ID: ", objItem.SettingID
    print "Standard Bias: ", objItem.StandardBias
    print "Standard Day: ", objItem.StandardDay
    print "Standard Day Of Week: ", objItem.StandardDayOfWeek
    print "Standard Hour: ", objItem.StandardHour
    print "Standard Millisecond: ", objItem.StandardMillisecond
    print "Standard Minute: ", objItem.StandardMinute
    print "Standard Month: ", objItem.StandardMonth
    print "Standard Name: ", objItem.StandardName
    print "Standard Second: ", objItem.StandardSecond
    print "Standard Year: ", objItem.StandardYear