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Windows 2000 Server restart time

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Hi,

Anyone know how to view the time time when a Windows 2000 server last rebooted.

Thanks, Nauman
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by:Pete Long
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Hi nauman_ahmed,

Click start >run >cmd {enter
systeminfo {enter}

towards the top of the listing youll see your total sytem uptime as well os some other interesting info


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by:Pete Long
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heres mine

C:\Documents and Settings\PeteLong>systeminfo

Host Name:                 XPBOX
OS Name:                   Microsoft Windows XP Professional
OS Version:                5.1.2600 Service Pack 1 Build 2600
OS Manufacturer:           Microsoft Corporation
OS Configuration:          Standalone Workstation
OS Build Type:             Uniprocessor Free
Registered Owner:          PeteLong
Registered Organization:
Product ID:               xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Original Install Date:     20/06/2003, 21:22:59
System Up Time:            0 Days, 0 Hours, 40 Minutes, 46 Seconds
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by:nauman_ahmed
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Command systeminfo Works fine on XP :) but on Windows 2000 server no such command is known. Is this an add-on?
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by:Pete Long
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OK install this http://www.lencom.com/desc/indexN15496.html

and click the enviromental info button
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by:jimogeek
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Just use 'uptime' from the windows resource kit, or uptimei from the nt resource kit.  YOu should be able to find it on the net.  If you can't, let me know and I'll post it on my ftp server.  

Really simple command, doing an 'uptime [computername] will tell you how long it's been up, and there are other options that will allow you to get detailed info, like total system uptime (percentage), when it rebooted etc.  You can run it from your workstation and query computers across the network.
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Windows 2000 doesn’t have systeminfo so you can either,

1.      Install http://www.lencom.com/desc/indexN15496.html and click the Environmental button.
2.      From command line issue the following commands

i.      net statistics workstation | more
ii.      net statistics server | more

3.      Click Start >Run >perfmon {enter} Click the + button on the toolbar, under “Performance Object” scroll down to “system”. Then under the “Select Counters from list” option select “System Uptime” look at the bottom of the graph and it will be shown in the duration box.
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by:Pete Long
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woohoo 20 points and a C grade thanks man!
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by:nauman_ahmed
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Sorry, I appreciate your help. Did it in hurry without seeing that you have answered the question in the first attempt. I request admin to increase the points to 50 and mark the answer as Grade A. :)
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by:Pete Long
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nauman_ahmed  ThanQ - most posters dont bother :( I hope I can help you out in the future :)

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cheerz modulo - dont let them work you too hard :)
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