Share link manager expiration date messed up!

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Share link manager expiration date messed up!

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Looks like the expiration date under the shared links manager got messed up with the latest DSM update on my stations!
Instead of a date it shows a meaningless string!

Creating a new share shows the same meaningless info.

Anyone else is seeing this?
 
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Looks like the expiration date under the shared links manager got messed up with the latest DSM update on my stations!
Instead of a date it shows a meaningless string!

Creating a new share shows the same meaningless info.

Anyone else is seeing this?

I’ve also noticed a weird date string, although it’s in the log center history and not file sharing
 

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