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Where do I find out witch version of AD a server runs?

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I have a server where I wonder if the AD has been upgraded to 2003. How do I determine this?
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One possible way to determine the schema version is to use adsiedit.msc (installs with Support Tools). Navigate to Schema container, select Schema object (CN=Schema, CN=Configuration, DC=yourdomainname) and go to the Propertes. Check the value of objectVersion property; schema updated to Windows 2003 should have a version number 30.
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