SPC-OCA-10593: <SS_hostname>: The schedule could not be created, most likely due to invalid date/time parameters." error after upgrading to Spectrum 10.3.0

Document ID : KB000125588
Last Modified Date : 31/01/2019
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Issue:
After upgrading to Spectrum 10.3.0, when you try to create a Maintenance Mode Schedule you may see the following error:

"The schedule could not be created in the following landscapes: SPC-OCA-10593: <SS_Hostname>: The schedule could not be created, most likely due to invalid date/time parameters."
Environment:
Spectrum 10.3.x  (Windows Only)
Cause:
In Spectrum 10.3.0 Cygwin was upgraded and when the SpectroSERVER is started from the command line, it will start the SpectroSERVER is UTC timezone rather than the local timezone.
Resolution:
To resolve this problem, you will need to create an environmental variable on the SpectroSERVER host. Below is an example using EST:

Environmental Variable

Close and re-open any bash shells in order to be available to start the SpectroSERVER in the correct time-zone from the command line.
Additional Information:
If you are located in a different timezone other than the example above, please see the list below for the other time-zones:

https://science.ksc.nasa.gov/software/winvn/userguide/3_1_4.htm