I did a quick test and got the results below. What's with the horrible time resolution? Is there a way I can make it better?
creation 129971441605098285 mod 129971442166583272 a.ToFileTimeUtc() 129971442170000000 b.ToFileTimeUtc() 129971442170000000
The results of ToFileTimeUtc (which returns the number of 100ns ticks since Jan 1, 1601) show that the timestamps have been rounded to the nearest second, instead of being stored with their full precision.
I'm using Samba on Ubuntu. I grabbed the config file from somewhere. I'm transferring files to a NTFS filesystem mounted by Linux over samba
[global] netbios name = toltec workgroup = METRAN security = user wins support = yes preferred master = yes os level = 65 [homes] comment = %u's Home Directory browsable = no read only = no