Getting Your Exchange 2007 Version

One very popular request on the public newsgroups is how you can determine the version of Exchange that is running.  With Exchange 2000/2003, this involves using the Exchange System Manager application, drilling down to the 'Servers' object and getting the list of servers displayed, along with their build numbers, etc.  Of course, with Exchange 2007 you'd expect to see a Powershell way to do this, and so here is a handy Powershell cmdlet to use:

Get-ExchangeServer | fl name,edition,admindisplayversion

You should see output similar to this:

Name                : SVR-E2K7
Edition             : StandardEvaluation
AdminDisplayVersion : Version 8.0 (Build 685.24)

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The new exchange server is awesome from the demo I saw last week.

Posted by: Trisha Parks at Feb 2, 2007 12:07:00 AM

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