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uptime for windows ..

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someone_4
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uptime for windows ..

Hello ..
I was wondering if there is a commaind of place on windows 2000 that will tell me how long it has been since the last reboot? I am looking for the microsoft eq to the HPUX uptime command.

Thanks
Richard
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Richard Darling
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Re: uptime for windows ..

Richard,
I know that there is UPTIME.EXE in the NT Resource Kit.
RD
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Richard Darling
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Re: uptime for windows ..

Richard, Here is a link to downlaod the utility and a description of it.
RD
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someone_4
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Re: uptime for windows ..

Hey Richard
there is no link

Richard
John Bolene
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Re: uptime for windows ..

In your C: directory, look at the times of some of the files such as pagefile.sys hiberfil.sys

Mine always reflect the time of last boot.
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Richard Darling
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Re: uptime for windows ..

Hey Richard,
here it is...sorry about that.
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/TechNet/prodtechnol/winntas/downloads/uptime.asp
RD
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