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I also was having the exact same problem and the above answer almost worked but then it would replace the "Name of the MySQL database" with nothing but "New_York". ("New_York" is not my time zone anyhow") I also tried quotes around the whole string and various parts but to no avail so I just specified a non 'daylight savings time zone'.
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I tried without the "&serverTimezone=MST" but that failed as well.

I also was having the exact same problem and the above answer almost worked but then it would replace the "Name of the MySQL database" with nothing but "New_York". ("New_York" is not my time zone anyhow") I also tried quotes around the whole string and various parts but to no avail so I just specified a non 'daylight savings time zone'.
Database Properties

I tried without the "&serverTimezone=MST" but that failed as well.

I also tried "&serverTimezone=MDT" and that failed, so for some reason, it doesn't like daylight savings time!

I also was having the exact same problem and the above answer almost worked but then it would replace the "Name of the MySQL database" with nothing but "New_York". ("New_York" is not my time zone anyhow") I also tried quotes around the whole string and various parts but to no avail so I gave up on trying to use a "Country/State" combo and just specified a non 'daylight savings time zone'.
Database Properties

I tried without the "&serverTimezone=MST" but that failed as well.

I also tried "&serverTimezone=MDT" and that failed, so for some reason, it doesn't like daylight savings time!