During troubleshooting Windows desktops we come across a need to verify if the system has rebooted. Below are the commands we use in XP as well as in Windows Vista/7.
In Windows XP operating Systems, we can get System Up Time.
Type CMD in the run command
in the command prompt type
[code] systeminfo | find "System Up Time" [/code]
Please note that the command is “System Up Time” is Case Sensitive.
It is a time-saver to automate creation of mailboxes and active directory accounts for new or existing employees. It is really disappointing that we have to use powershell commands to create mailboxes in exchange. I was really hoping that Microsoft should have exposed this through exchange web services. Prerequisites: In order to execute or invoke […]
The Top Five features that were included in SCCM 2012 are:
1. User-centric management
2. Configuration settings remediation
3. Collection-based configuration settings
4. Dependency-based software distribution
5. Software Center and Application Catalog
I am using Microsoft AdventureWorks database. In this article, I am going to explain how to return only one record from the left outer join. Regular Left Outer Join As you would notice, it is one-to-many relationship between Product & ProductInventory . For example, Product ID 1 has 3 records in ProductInventory table Output: Modified […]
You could use following query to find all queries (processes) currently in your server.
In this article, I am going to explain how to cancel an appointment using EWS web services. If you are new to using EWS, I would recommend you to read below articles. How to create appointment using EWS How to search appointments using EWS I have dowloaded the EWS API assembly (Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices) from the following […]