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Time and date in registry

Posted on 2004-08-30
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I have a query can any body help me in this. I just wanted to know when i install win2k on my system is the date and time of installation  saved in the registry

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MikaelEriksson earned 20 total points
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You can look at when the C:\WINNT or C:\WINDOWS directory is created.
Right click on the folder and choose properties.
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You can use srvinfo.exe from the Resource kit, it tells you the original Installation date
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As well, it's stored in the registry at:

HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion
InstallDate - Hex/Decimal

hth
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