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How to get time from remote server

How to get time from remote server

How to get time from remote server


I have PS command

CODE -->

PS C:\Users\Administrator> Get-WmiObject Win32_LocalTime -computerName WOAPP-01 

and results

CODE -->

__GENUS          : 2
__CLASS          : Win32_LocalTime
__SUPERCLASS     : Win32_CurrentTime
__DYNASTY        : Win32_CurrentTime
__RELPATH        : Win32_LocalTime=@
__DERIVATION     : {Win32_CurrentTime}
__SERVER         : WOAPP-01
__NAMESPACE      : root\cimv2
__PATH           : \\WOAPP-01\root\cimv2:Win32_LocalTime=@
Day              : 20
DayOfWeek        : 1
Hour             : 22
Milliseconds     :
Minute           : 1
Month            : 5
Quarter          : 2
Second           : 3
WeekInMonth      : 4
Year             : 2013 

But how to "re-model" this command to receive date and time from this reults for example: "22:01:03"

Best regards

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