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Home > Success Center > Network Performance Monitor (NPM) > Check the LastBootUpTime WMI on the target server

Check the LastBootUpTime WMI on the target server

Updated May 9, 2017

Overview

This article describes how to check the LastBootUpTime WMI on the target server using Windows Powershell or the WBEMTest tool.

Environment

All NPM versions on a Windows Server

Steps

Windows PowerShell

  1. Establish a remote connection to the server.
  2. Open the Windows PowerShell program as an administrator.
  3. Edit the following script, and then click Enter:
    $Booted = (Get-WmiObject Win32_OperatingSystem).LastBootUpTime
    [Management.ManagementDateTimeConverter]::ToDateTime($Booted)
    ​​​​​​

WBEMTest

  1. Establish a remote connection to the server, and then open the WBEMTest tool.
  2. Click Connect... > Connect > Query... 
  3. Enter the following query: 
    SELECT LastBootUpTime FROM Win32_OperatingSystem
  4. Click Apply.
  5. Double-click the object query result.
  6. Scroll down to search the LastBootUpTime item.

 

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