I think this problem was encountered way back in version 3.1.3, or something. It seems to be back in v3.5.0.
I had been doing my tested initially for today 12/12/2014. It all seemed fine. Due to some delays with approval for the change to go globally it was put back to 15/12/2014.
Since re-running the deployment, with the amended date, it comes up with "Date is not in the correct format for the current culture". The culture it is trying to run on is en-GB, or Europe, depending on how you look at it. Here is the code:
Show-InstallationWelcome -CloseApps "AcroRd32=Adobe Reader,iexplore=Internet Explorer" -AllowDefer -DeferTimes 3 -MinimizeWindows $False -DeferDeadline '2014-12-15 14:00:00Z'
It seems to say:
Can not convert value "12/15/2014 14:00:00" to type "System.DateTime".
That would be correct as our date is formatted the otherway round. I have tried changing the way it is written in the script to see if i can change the behaviour, but as it is going global i need to use the universal sorting date/time.
Has anyone run into this issue?