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Old February 28th, 2005, 02:48 PM
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Default DLLs on server pulling server time or client?


I'm allowing a user to specify a specific expiration date. The one rule is that it cannot be more than 60 days. I want to make sure they don't change their system time on their end to give them more time.
When we execute a DLL on a server, is it pulling the server system time? Would I be able to compare the time I pass to the server system time to make sure it does not exceed 60 days? Or is the DLL also pulling the client system time?

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if it runs on the server it will use the server's system time.

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