Find what Service Pack level your Exchange server is running

By : Sean Brown |January 11, 2012 |Microsofft Exchange Server |2 Comments

Problem

Server admins are used to installing hot fixes and service packs in order to fix bugs and vulnerabilities with Microsoft products. Unsurprisingly, Microsoft made simple things a little more complex in Exchange 2007 by redesigning the core application and GUI.

Gone are the days of simple text saying “Service pack 3″ as we’ve grown to love in Exchange 5.5, 2000 and 2003; now we see version numbers and build numbers which correspond to a service pack/hot fix level. Seeing as this information isn’t easily translatable into “SP1, SP2, or SP3″ (like we’re all accustomed to), I’ve posted the corresponding version/build numbers with the corresponding Service Pack levels for all version of Microsoft Exchange dating back to Exchange 5.5 – this will easily help you get the information you need.


Resolution

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Affected Products

  • Exchange Server 2007
  • Exchange Server 2010

About Sean Brown

Sean Brown is a seasoned IT/Telecommunications professional working in the sector since the mid/late 90′s. Learn more about Sean by viewing his professional biography and Resume/CV.

2 Comments

  1. Thack2407 Says: May 8, 2012 11:48 Reply

    i dont know

  2. Guest Says: July 17, 2012 04:57 Reply

    Google+ really is a pile of shit

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