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How can i find the server (windows 2008) restarted yesterday or not?
I look at logs but i can see anything.

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by:Damjan
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Check the uptime of your system in Windows Server 2008r2
cmd -> systeminfo | find "System Boot Time:"
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very not enterprise solution :))
go to Network and Sharing Center, double click on your network adapter and check the time it is running, so you see when the machine was started last time (how many hours/days ago)
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Event Wiever
it could help you
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/eu/winservergen/thread/77aae737-7fe8-414b-b9a8-d06a7ac1f874
or the other way is checking up time of your server run cmd and type systeminfo or
check it on system manager -> Performance tab and there you have system and Up time.
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You should check eventviewer for that , you can see shutdown and boot event ID there and als check the description. for example if the system shutdown unexpectedly then 1076 event ID generate. check below website. you can also able to know system boot time.

http://www.powercram.com/2010/01/find-last-reboot-time-in-windows-7.html
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Please check for event Id 41 in the event log and also if there was a crash of the OS which enabled ASR to restart the server,you can check for the memory or minidumps under C:\Windows or you can directly search for *.dmp and under search
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