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Server Uptime

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Is it possible to display server uptime or server stats (i.e. CPU info, memory, ect.) with ASP. I know that you can do this in ASP .NET but im wondering if its possible with just ASP.

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Ryan
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Thanks Michael, thats pretty much what I have been looking for. I did some quick searches and found one that would work good in this situation. Im using "Win32_PerfRawData_W3SVC_WebService" and the property is "ServiceUptime".
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