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How does a Crowd administrator determine the 'lastAuthenticated' Date/Time of a user?

What is this value in real life?  1542644098703 is the entry in the lastAuthenticated attribute for a user.  How would I get mm/dd/YYYY or something more relateable from that value?

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Hi @Kevin Paulus

That value is a unix epoch time. You can convert it to a more readable value using any programming / scripting language. For instance, in Groovy:

groovy -e "println new Date(Long.valueOf(args[0])).format('MM/dd/yyyy')" 1542644098703



Thank you Bruno:     I will be using VBA to convert the numbers to a date format.  Your answer gets me started in that direction.

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An old thread, but this may be helpful for others anyway. I use to convert epochs to date/time - it detects if the value is in seconds or milliseconds etc and outputs the date/time in GMT and your local timezone.



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