troubleshooting Question

PowerShell command from AD server to get last boot-up (or uptime) & MS patches applied

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From AD server, I wud like to issue command (can be Powershell or
Windows batch script) to the various Win 2008 R2 servers to obtain the

a) last boot-up time (or uptime)
b) MS patches applied the last 1 week
c) MS patches applied the last 1 month

Ideally the command has parameters to take in the username &
password of my adid (domain id)
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xaichenSenior Analyst

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