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Old 02-12-2007, 09:41 AM   #1
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Default Windows DOS command to show uptime?

There's a command out there somewhere that you can run from a DOS prompt on Windows and it will tell you how long the system has been running - anyone remember what it is? Google isn't cooperating.
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systeminfo|find "System Up Time"
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Thanks!

Doesn't work on Win2k, but I found an applet called "uptime.exe" on Microsoft's website that got me what I needed.
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