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Programmatically Check If Windows Needs A Reboot?

Programmatically Check If Windows Needs A Reboot?

Programmatically Check If Windows Needs A Reboot?

Dear All,
I'm working on an application that will automatically update my company's software on a number of remote servers.  This is easy enough, but sometimes additional programs (e.g. Windows add-ons \ runtimes) are bundled with the update.  Some of these additional apps will require Windows to be restarted.  So, my task is to have the update software send an email when it finishes stating whether the server needs a reboot.
Does anyone know of a reliable way to check this?

Many Thanks
Ben Cooper


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