Other users seem to have the same problem; apparently, the way Daylight Savings Time is controlled isn't exclusively through this one Registry setting. DST needs to be enabled or disabled through the Date/Time control in the Control Panel. Failing everything else, it would be possible to write a VBScript to automate the actions of enabling or disabling Daylight Savings Time.
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