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QuestionWindows 10 - find last logon time in C++ ?? Pin
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BTW, I found another site which suggested a console command to display last logon:
> net user dan7m | findstr /B /C:"Last logon"
Last logon 03/20/21 07:16:26

Interestingly, that is showing exactly the same logon time as NetUserGetInfo(2) is showing...
But that is *not* when I last logged on; it's not even when I last rebooted - Uptime is showing 4.5 days, which is correct...

I think, maybe, this suggests that the 'logon' time that I'm actually looking for - which is the time since I last logged out of this session and logged in again... is maybe called something else entirely in Windows 10??

I am very confused by all this...
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