You can get a leg up on a potential attacker by figuring out what processes are running under an administrative account in your organization. One way to do that for absolutely free is to use PowerShell!
Windows has several methods in place for finding restart information, but most of these solutions are difficult to use when querying multiple computers and don’t provide historical information. In this article, we’ll review the options available and then look at how to get the information you need via PowerShell.
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