Wednesday, April 22, 2009

How To Find Your Exchange 2007 version

The above is a shot of the results after running the command on an Exchange 2007 SP1 system.

Get-ExchangeServer : fl name,edition,admindisplayversion

How to get your Exchange 2007 version.
Run the command in an Exchange Management Shell prompt:

Get-ExchangeServer : fl name,edition,admindisplayversion


Anonymous said...

Your command is missing the pipe character between Get-ExchangeServer and fl name

2cents said...

The pipe operator is not missing. The image shows the results of the command output run on a REAL server. There are no error messages and the pipe operator was not used.
Thank you for your comment however.

Trevor said...

actually the "Get-ExchangeServer : fl name,edition,admindisplayversion" command does fail on a "real" server it should be a "|" pipe; even in your image its a | not a :

Trevor said...

additionally this doesnt seem to show the correct build only the correct version. We are running SP2 (version 8.2) update rollup 4 (should be build 254) running this command tells me build 176.2 (base SP2). In the Exchange Mangement Console under Help>About MS Exchange it will tell you the correct version. Which can be cross referenced here:

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