Troubleshooting 'No data Available' in Server Time

Troubleshooting 'No data Available' in Server Time

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Minimum Requirement :
Windows Vista & Windows 2008

Execute the uptime.vbs file located in <Applications Manager Home>/working/conf/applications/scripts/ directory from command prompt as follows:

For Remote servers,
cscript uptime.vbs <hostname> <username> <password>

For Local servers,
cscript uptime.vbs <hostname>

where hostname, username, and password is the target server's hostname/IP address, username specified for monitoring and password of that user respectively.
Check whether you are able to get the output for the above commands.
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