See the number of days an endpoint is up
This agent procedure was created because several Kaseya VSA users mentioned to me that they rather see the number of days an endpoint is up rather than seeing when the last reboot happened. This is a simple agent procedure that gets the System Uptime in days using a single PowerShell command then documents the result in the Agent Logs and in a Custom Field so you can see its status and even report on it.
It is important to understand that this will show the number of days since the last time the endpoint was booted up. This is useful for servers since they are normally always on. However, keep in mind that if you are doing this for workstations, it will not start counting after a machine woke up from hibernation, woke from sleep, or a laptop that the lid was closed then opened again… It will always show the number of days since the operating system was booted up.
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