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revised How do I decode the “Faulting application start time” in a Windows event log entry?
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answered How do I decode the “Faulting application start time” in a Windows event log entry?
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comment How do I decode the “Faulting application start time” in a Windows event log entry?
(new-object DateTime(1601,1,1,0,0,0,0)).AddSeconds(0x01ccfe1e3e206d42 / 10E+6)
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comment Is PowerShell a complete replacement for console/cmd?
2) press Winkey, type ise to quickly start the powershell_ise.
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comment Windows start /wait /b NOT working
I'm getting the same results here. The waiting I was referring to earlier was the pause after executing start /wait /b schtasks.exe.
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comment Windows start /wait /b NOT working
Seems to be working in Windows 7. Could you us give the OS Version and application name?