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Verizon considers this a bug but was told to submit an RFE by support. Verizon does not agree.

Per CASE TS005357069, Verizon wrote: "I noticed on my central manager and collectors that the tomcat and system.cert.pem certificates are displaying expiration warnings. From my records these would not be expiring until October 2021. The warning notification on the gui and when you enter cli command show certificate warn_expire show the date in DD/MM/YYYY format but when you run cli command show certificate summary the date is presented as MM/DD/YYYY which is correct and expected. What date is actually used? I am uploading a file that shows the results of the cli commands and the screen shots of the gui screens for my central manager and one of my collectors. Will the functionality of my system be impacted if the date is not interpreted correctly? Shouldn't all dates be in the same format?" They were told to open an RFE, but Verizon disagrees and says this is a bug, so I am opening this RFE on their behalf so that someone can evaluate it to determine if in fact it should be considered a bug. At the very least, it should not be reporting the expiration warnings so far in advance if it is interpreting the two different date formats correctly. Please review and comment so I can let Verizon know your decision. Thank you! Sally

  • Guest
  • May 24 2021
  • Future consideration
  • Guest commented
    9 Jun 11:35am

    Good Morning. I have a call with Verizon this afternoon and I'd like to give them a status on this request. Could you please give me an update? Thank you!

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