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Ms Server 2003: last reboot: where do I go to see logs for the server last reboots?

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Hello Experts,

where do I go to see logs for the server last reboots?

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From command prompt run :


net statistics workstation | find "Statistics since"
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This command will report how long it has been up


systeminfo | find "System Up Time:"
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thank you experts,

is there any logs?
or
do I have to do it via command line?

thx,
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thank you so much....

I just tried both commands.

The first one: net statistics workstation
it gives me good info; but it doesn't tell me the last time the system was rebooted

The second one: systeminfo
I get an error msg: 'systeminfo' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file...

any other commands to determine last reboots?

thanks so much...

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Thank you!
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