If the date and time on your computer might not set correctly.
To check, in Windows 11/10, right-click on the date and time on your taskbar. Select Adjust Date/Time. Enable the set time automatically option to allow Windows to automatically sync your time with the Microsoft server.
Your time and date should match what you can see here: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock
If this does not help, please temporarily turn off your internet connection, and start the plugin.
This will create an offline activation file that you can send to email@example.com.
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Open the Apple menu and go to System Preferences.
- Select Date & Time.
- Click the Security Padlock and enter your administrator’s password to unlock changes.
- Enable the option to Set Date and Time automatically.
2. Use an Alternate Server to Automatically Set the Date and Time
1. Go to System Preferences > Date & Time.
2. Ensure that Set date and time automatically is ticked and unlock the Security Padlock.
3. Delete the current entry and enter a new time server
3. Enable Location Services to Automatically Set the Correct Time Zone
Using Location Services is one of the simplest and most effective ways to automatically set the correct date and time, specifically the time zone. If you have the feature switched on and the information is accurate, macOS should automatically adjust settings to match your current position in the world. It’ll even update seasonal changes in your time zone, like daylight saving time.
Here’s how to set a date and time by location:
- Go to System Preferences > Date & Time > Time Zone.
- Unlock the Security Padlock.
- Tick Set time zone automatically using the current location.