'Remote Server Uptime' Check from Command Line

There are several ways to check the Microsoft Windows 'remote server' uptime information using 'SystemInfo' command line command. This is for the all the Windows versions like Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows 2012 Server editions for both x86 and x64 bit versions.

Here goes different ways to check the Remote Server Uptime from Command Line -


This can be downloaded from the Microsoft website. However this helps only to check your local server uptime.


Go to command prompt and run this command. If you are using 2008 Server, then right click on the Command Prompt Icon, 'Run as Administrator'

systeminfo /s | find "System Up Time"


PSEXEC will be used to get the remote server uptime information in the batch files, VB scripts.
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