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BUG: Days are shifted in French IAS (RADIUS) for Windows 2003 server


Author: Thierry MILLE MVP

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Summary

When you are selecting days in the properties of a policy or a profile in IAS (Internet Authentication Service) : all days are shifted in the graphical timetable.

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Symptoms

If you are using a policy or a profile in�a policy with the Day-And-Time-Restrictions set for example from Monday until Friday in the graphical timetable, the policy or the profile will use days from Sunday to Thursday. The corrects days are displayed in the text zone named Conditions de la strategie. This problem affects Windows 2003 through Windows 2003 R2 SP2.

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Resolution

While choosing days and times for restrictions in policies or profiles in IAS, select a day after the correct day in the graphical timetable. For example, if you want to allow a policy on Monday : select Tuesday in the graphical timetable.
Then check in the Conditions de la strategie that the good days and times are selected.

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Keywords: KB558114, kbhowto, kbpubtypecca, kbpubmvp

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Article Info
Article ID : 558114
Revision : 1
Created on : 7/2/2008
Published on : 7/2/2008
Exists online : False
Views : 196