> <another NT vs. UNIX post - just ignore me>
first, if there is such a command (i'm sure joeB will tell us),
challenge any user on the group to find an NT system that has
up over, say, a month. you find one, i'll buy you dinner.
I don't know off-hand of an "uptime" equivalent (command-line program
that just tells you uptime). But you can use the Event Viewer to see
when the system was restarted. I looked at MSR, the primary file server
for Microsoft Research, and ATR, the primary domain controller for
Microsoft Research (named back when Research was part of Advanced
Technology & Business Development).
MSR's event log starts at 2/28/97. There are two restarts, one on 5/27
and one on 6/6.
ATR's event log starts at 3/25/97. There are two restarts, one on 3/27
and one on 4/21.
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