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Historical Uptime Report

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I need to be able to report my servers' uptime in a percentage.  I have about 10 servers.  They are running WIndows 2000 and Windows 2003.  Is anyone aware of a software package that will help me do this.  I would like to be able to report on them individually and collectively.
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Wow!  Thanks for the quick response.  I am checking out the links now.
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You are very welcome.  I had put a free site in there, but be aware of any freeware you download.
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