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how to check the serer uptime in the windows 2000 event viewer?

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How to check the windows 2000 box uptime, by using any command, or in event viewer?
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Try net stats srv in an admin command prompt.  It works on my machine here. Windows 2000 is very long ago dead, but try it.

Reference:  https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/kb/555737
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in event viewer (system log) event id 6013 will show the uptime in seconds every day at noon
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Try this utility called "uptime.exe".  Download link give in the below URL.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/232243
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by:Deepak Prajapati
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Hi satheesh kumar  you can check you System boot time or uptime by using SYSTEMINFO command.
Thank you.
i hope this one will help for you.
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