I have a client who is requesting that a file that we serve to them (via FTP) to have the date modified time in UTC and not EDT. I have searched and can't find an easy way to do this via command line or powershell.
Another potential item might be to append the UTC time to the actual filename itself.
Does anyone have any experience in doing either of these?
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