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SystemTime to UTC

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Hello,

with the command:

wmic os get lastbootuptime

you get the startup Time in UTC but in a (for me) strange format:

20141110080815.109999+060

2014/11/10 08:08:15 was my local time for the boot time, but not the UTC cause I am at +1

2014/11/10 07:08:15 is the correct UTC, so I think the ending: .109999+060 has something to do with it.

There are so much _Date commands and I tried a few, but I cant convert 20141110080815.109999+060 to something like this: 2014/11/10 07:08:15

Can you please help or point me in the right direction?

Edited by devilman16

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The last digits after the + sign are in minutes, so +60 means + 1 hour. Mine reads -300, and I'm in EDT so it's -5 hours from UTC.


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