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- Jedi Master
I have never seen the first issue but the second is obvious.
S90 does not have a battery buffered real time clock. Therefore Windows tries to get the time from the BIOS. But as this is not buffered it sends some default time.
That is why Wyse has included Neutron in their XPe builds. Neutron is contacting come timeserver in your local network (add yours to neutron.ini) or the internet to always have the correct time.
WF status does not make a difference there.