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Is it possible to visually convert the computer property associated with the Local Administrator Expiration Date "ms-Mcs-AdmPwdExpirationTime" from an integer to a more readable date format?

The above property is stored in Epoch Time and rather than have users of the HelpdeskUI copy/paste this string into either a powershell script or an online converter it would be useful to do it on the fly when the property is displayed in the web interface.


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Starting from Adaxes 2016, the property is displayed in Adaxes in a human-readable form. You can download the latest build here.

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Awesome thanks!

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