ISO 8601 date format

Every component shown in the example below must be present when expressing a date in ISO 8601 format; this includes all punctuation characters and the "T" character. Within a string, the "T" indicates the beginning of the time element (directly following the date element). Although several date expressions exist, Remote Manager supports only the following format:

Complete date plus hours, minutes and seconds:

YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss[.mmm]TZD (eg 2012-03-29T10:05:45-06:00)

Where:

YYYY = four-digit year
MM = two-digit month (eg 03=March)
DD = two-digit day of the month (01 through 31)
T = a set character indicating the start of the time element
hh = two digits of an hour (00 through 23, AM/PM not included)
mm = two digits of a minute (00 through 59)
ss = two digits of a second (00 through 59)
mmm = three digits of a millisecond (000 through 999)
TZD = time zone designator (Z or +hh:mm or -hh:mm), the + or - values indicate how far ahead or behind a time zone is from the UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) zone.

US time zone values are as follows:

EDT = -4:00
EST/CDT = -5:00
CST/MDT = -6:00
MST/PDT = -7:00
PST = -8:00

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