Exchange Versions, Build Number, Roll UP's and Cumulative updates

When a exchange disaster happens or whenever you want to perform some proactive health check of Exchange servers you will look to find a way to check which version of Exchange server you are using and which update roll up \ Cumulative update it is running.

Now let us see what version of Exchange we are using :

Exchange 2003:

  1. Go Exchange System Manager (ESM).
  2. Then click on Administrative Groups, followed by Servers Folder.
  3. In right pane you can see list of all the servers and you will see the "Server Version".
Also check the below article for Build Numbers and their release dates.


Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010:

Method 1:
  1. Go to Exchange Management Console and navigate to Server Configuration object.
  2. Select the Server object and on Right side you will see the Version Number.
Once you got the version number, follow the below article to check respective SP \ Roll up level for the respective Version Number.


Method 2:
  1. Open the Exchange Management Shell.
  2. Execute the follow command to determine the Version Number.
    Get-Exchangeserver
    Get-ExchangeServer | Select Name, AdminDisplayVersion
Once you got the version number, follow the below article to check respective SP \ Roll up level for the respective Version Number.


Exchange 2013:
  1. Open the Exchange Management Shell.
  2. Execute the follow command to determine the Version Number.
    Get-Exchangeserver
    Get-ExchangeServer | Select Name, AdminDisplayVersion
Once you got the version number, follow the below article to check respective SP \ Roll up level for the respective Version Number.




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