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File date 6/3/2097

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Windows 2011 sbs box and the data size just to a large amount and looking at the files on the server some of the file dates show 6/3/2097. How could this be?
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was the data moved onto the server recently or was it always on the server and the date changed.
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by:junkerbug3000
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It's always been there. The company folder and such.
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what time server are you using on the server. Is there any problems opening any of the data?
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Have any changes been made to the system or hardware recently?

If you modify a file now, does the date reset to today?

If you transfer a new file, is the date correct?
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