Created/Modified/Access Date/Time Stamps Show Unix Epoch Time
I have a couple of user who utilized CloudBerry Drive to access files on an AWS S3 bucket. Both are on CloudBerry Drive version
. When browsing to the mapped drive and viewing a file listed in Explorer, the modified date time looks correct. However, when right clicking on a file and selecting "Properties", the Created/Modified/Accessed date/times all show Unix Epoch time. If the file is copied locally, the local file properties (right click>properties) will also show the Unix Epoch time stamps.
I can reproduce this issue on two users' systems, but cannot reproduce it on my own. The issue exists across multiple accounts/S3 buckets. The issue consistently presents on larger files. On a smaller file, one can open a new explorer window, browse to a smaller file, right click>Properties and see the correct create/modified/accessed time once, but then when viewing it again, epoch time is displayed in create/modified/accessed.
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