How to Check Logs for Windows Server/VPS Reboot?

At Windows event viewer, you can examine server logs for all events. To check server reboot logs refer following steps.

  1. Login to server as an Administrator.
  2. Go to Start >> All programs  >> Event viewer.
  3. Expand the Custom Views  >> Administrative Events.



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