We use automated scripts for AutoCAD Lisp routines to compare files on a
local workstation's hard drive to the same files located on the server.
If the server files are "newer", then we copy them to the workstation.
Thus... we have a poor man's setup to "update" workstations when AutoCAD
Lisp programming changes/updates are made.

When Daylight Savings time ended Saturday night, the server's time changed
as expected, but the time stamp on our files created between April and
October also changed. All the files created in that time period had a one
hour increase in time.

For example:

TEST.LSP with a date/time of October 25, 2005 3:01pm


TEST.LSP with a date/time of October 25, 2005 4:01pm

Because of this, all our workstations saw "newer" files on the server and
proceeded to update, which resulted in a lot of workstations copying a lot
of files to their local hard drives.

Why would the file's time stamp change ? and how do we fix it so it
doesn't happen again ?

We have Netware 6.0 SP3 and Windows XP SP2.