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How to check system uptime in win2000

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February 5, 2003 8:25:39 PM

I know this can be done in Win95 and 98 by going to system info, but in Win2k this isn't so. In WinXP it can be seen by going to a command prompt and typing "system info"

How can I tell how long a computer with Windows 2000 Pro has been turned on?

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February 6, 2003 9:04:15 AM

uptime

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February 6, 2003 6:41:35 PM

Yeah, uptime. It's how long your computer has been turned on, or into windows anyway

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February 7, 2003 12:49:03 AM

I found it once but don't remember where it is. Now I just use SiSoft Sandra and its under windows information.

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February 7, 2003 8:55:53 AM

like... ummmmm.... I don't think you got what I said.

open up a DOS window, and type:

uptime

It's actually the name of the utility. i kid you not. That will give you what you want. Get it?

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February 8, 2003 6:14:40 PM

Ah, I thought you were asking what it meant. It was so simple, it was difficult.

Thanks a bunch

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February 9, 2003 2:50:10 AM

I opened up a command prompt window on my 2000 computer and typed "uptime" and got:

'uptime' is not recognized as an
operable program or batch file.



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February 9, 2003 3:28:07 PM

I don't have this on any of my systems either. Is this something that needs to be manually pulled off the CD?
February 10, 2003 3:54:03 AM

i downloaded a small program called, strangely enough "uptime.exe" sits in your task tray, and u can have it somewhere on your desktop. It also can keep track if you hibernate your system too.

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February 10, 2003 8:21:40 AM

Open up task manager (ctrl-alt-del -> task manager or right-click task bar -> task manager). The cpu time of system idle process.

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February 10, 2003 10:36:15 AM

oh yeah - I forgot. It's on the 2K resource kit.

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February 11, 2003 1:45:17 AM

Another problem bites the dust

...bmm bmm bmm, another one bites the dust...

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February 11, 2003 2:33:46 AM

groovey tune man!

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March 21, 2009 4:24:24 AM

Hi from any of the Windows server 2003 system - go to command prompt and type the below command.

systeminof /S System (where system is remote windows 2000 server FQDN name)

you will get the system information of the remote windows 2000 server.

March 21, 2009 5:52:44 AM

Sorry type mistake


systeminfo /S System (where system is remote windows 2000 server FQDN name)
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June 1, 2009 10:23:59 AM

Instead of that you may use
"net statistics server" command on the Windows 2000 box.


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