Windows File Properties vs. Content Services Properties

Hi.
On behalf of a customer I am evaluating Windows file properties vs. CS file properties.
Client Environment: Windows XP SP2, O-Drive.
Rightclick a File stored on O (O-Drive, Content Services).
a Props. Dialog shows up, the first tab is General*. It shows several file
properties among others the following:
- Last Access Date: This always shows Wed. 1 Jan 1986 00:00:00
Does this correspond to any content services file property? If so, why
is it always 1-jan-1986 00:00.00 and does not change? Is it a bug?
- Checkboxes Write protected* / Archive* / Hidden*
Do these correspond to any cs file property? Do these have any effect?
(I tried write protected, but it did not work as expected, I was able
to overwrite the file) Bug or Feature?
If these checkboxes do not work, could these be disabled through O-Drive,
otherwise users might get confused...
Regards, Tom
* (I don't know the exact english labels as I am working on a german client... so
I translated the german labels - sorry)

Hi. Sure, here's some collateral information:
We are evaluating Content Services for several customer projects.
During a presentation I held 2 weeks ago a customer asked exactly
those questions and I had to admit I could not answer.
So I retried on our test instance and checked the docu and still
could not get a clue how windows attributes and cs attributes correspond.
Then I asked MJS during last weeks workshop he did not know exactly either.
Hence I am asking on the forum.
Regards, Tom
(PS. If you require further background information you may contact me via email
or ask E. Neuwirth on Tom Gansor / OPITZ Consulting).

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