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ptancre
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expected value for <FNPTimeZoneValue>

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Hey, 

What is the expected value for the string 

FNPTimeZoneValue ?
 
does EST, EDT, ET qualify?
 
Thanks
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Flexera aparashar1
Flexera

Re: expected value for <FNPTimeZoneValue>

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@ptancre , in FNP the time zone licensing are accommodated in accordance with the GMT i.e. in literal differences from the GMT. For example:

To specify single time zones:
FEATURE f1_single demo 1.0 permanent 4 TZ=‐08 SIGN=0

To specify multiple time zones, use a space as a delimiter and enclose the values in quotes.FEATURE f2_multiple demo 1.0 permanent 4 TZ="+05 +01" SIGN=0


The feature f1_single can be used only on clients that reside in the time zone GMT–08:00, while the feature f2_multiple can be used on clients that reside in time zone GMT+05:00 or on clients that reside in time zone GMT+01:00.

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The keyword allows time zones ranges, including ranges that span across GMT.
FEATURE f1_range demo 1.0 permanent 4 TZ="‐05:‐08" SIGN=0
FEATURE f2_range demo 1.0 permanent 4 TZ="–05:–00 +00:+01" SIGN=0


The feature f1_range can be used on clients that reside in time zones that fall in the range GMT–05:00 through
GMT–08:00, inclusive. The feature f2_range can be used on clients that reside in time zones that fall in the range from GMT–05:00 through GMT+01:00, inclusive.

Hope this helps.

(Anything expressed here is my own view and not necessarily that of my employer, Flexera. If my reply answers a question you have raised, please click "ACCEPT AS SOLUTION".)

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Flexera aparashar1
Flexera

Re: expected value for <FNPTimeZoneValue>

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@ptancre , in FNP the time zone licensing are accommodated in accordance with the GMT i.e. in literal differences from the GMT. For example:

To specify single time zones:
FEATURE f1_single demo 1.0 permanent 4 TZ=‐08 SIGN=0

To specify multiple time zones, use a space as a delimiter and enclose the values in quotes.FEATURE f2_multiple demo 1.0 permanent 4 TZ="+05 +01" SIGN=0


The feature f1_single can be used only on clients that reside in the time zone GMT–08:00, while the feature f2_multiple can be used on clients that reside in time zone GMT+05:00 or on clients that reside in time zone GMT+01:00.

=========================

The keyword allows time zones ranges, including ranges that span across GMT.
FEATURE f1_range demo 1.0 permanent 4 TZ="‐05:‐08" SIGN=0
FEATURE f2_range demo 1.0 permanent 4 TZ="–05:–00 +00:+01" SIGN=0


The feature f1_range can be used on clients that reside in time zones that fall in the range GMT–05:00 through
GMT–08:00, inclusive. The feature f2_range can be used on clients that reside in time zones that fall in the range from GMT–05:00 through GMT+01:00, inclusive.

Hope this helps.

(Anything expressed here is my own view and not necessarily that of my employer, Flexera. If my reply answers a question you have raised, please click "ACCEPT AS SOLUTION".)

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ptancre
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Re: expected value for <FNPTimeZoneValue>

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The answer was worth the wait!

thank you for your very elaborated answer!

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