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There is an official #gdpr #adequacydecision for the #UnitedKingdom so we can keep transferring #PersonalData to the #UK and back because the #UK has deemed the security levels of #PD in the #EU as #adequate #Brexit #privacy Great job #EuropeanCommission https://t.co/U3zFSAHCJ9 https://t.co/exqwOfVgBB https://t.co/Qbe9yfpuXi
30 Jun 2021
#EDPS opens investigations following the #Schrems II Judgement regarding the use of cloud services provided by #Amazon Web Services #aws and #Microsoft and one regarding the use of Microsoft #Office365 by the European Commission #gdpr #privacy #cloudact https://t.co/BJP48W6WtV https://t.co/fJA1stx7oy
28 May 2021
Dutch #supervisoryAuthority first fine for a #Municipality. #Enschede city fined 600.000 for #wifitracking visitors of shopping centre for toooooo long. @toezicht_AP #GDPR #privacy #fines https://t.co/CjCPwqgUpo https://t.co/vSkoTAkoVE
29 Apr 2021
How to easily find Windows UptimeYou probably know that Windows Taskmanager as of Windows 7 shows the uptime on the Performance tab as can be seen in the next image:
TaskManager on Windows Server 2012R2 showing the uptime in a red box.
net statistics serverIt will show you the following information:
Server Statistics for \\NLAALDC2 Statistics since 11-5-2014 18:37:02 Sessions accepted 6 Sessions timed-out 5 Sessions errored-out 5 Kilobytes sent 1186 Kilobytes received 19 Mean response time (msec) 0 System errors 0 Permission violations 0 Password violations 0 Files accessed 2238 Communication devices accessed 0 Print jobs spooled 0 Times buffers exhausted Big buffers 0 Request buffers 0 The command completed successfully.We are interested in the line that states: Statistics since 11-5-2014 18:37:02 as this denotes the last reboot or power on.
If you only want this information, you can easily filter for this using:
net statistics server | findstr /c:"Statistics since"A PowerShell version can be found here
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