Server 2003 EE and Server 2003 EE R2 - which one is which

Two Server 2003 Enterprise Edition are installed. One is the "old" version and one is the R2 .. Both Volume License ..

Now I try to find a way to check which one is which .. Sorry for the silly question, but I just installed those two machine for testing and try to compare them.
The only significant thing I was able to spot was the post-setup procedure where all incoming connections are blocked until you close that particiular window.

But how can you check later which one is which ?

Systeminfo shows on both

OS Name      Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Server 2003, Enterprise Edition
Version      5.2.3790 Service Pack 1 Build 3790


Again, not important, just wondering ...
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CassavatechAsked:
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rhandelsCommented:
Hi,

Try using the winver command, this should give you a good clue..
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jss1199Commented:
Hi Cassavatech,


Run the batch file found on the page below to determine if it is R2...

http://www.jsifaq.com/SUBU/tip10100/rh10178.htm

Cheers!
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CassavatechAuthor Commented:
@rhandels  : shows me on both the same  :(

@jss1199  : As far as my testing now goes : This script seems to determine which version of R2 you got, not IF you got R2 :(
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TheCleanerCommented:
You just want to know which server has R2 installed and which one doesn't?

Hit ctrl-alt-del (or if you RDPed in, choose start, windows security).  It will says 2003 R2 if it's R2.
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CassavatechAuthor Commented:
Yeah, that would be too easy :)

http://img472.imageshack.us/img472/3805/untitled4tt.jpg

This is a screenshot from a newly installed R2 version ...
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TheCleanerCommented:
That's not R2...trust me, I have them running here and they DO show R2.

Sounds like you installed CD 1 only.  You have to install CD 2 of R2 in order to bring it up to R2 Level, otherwise it is simply 2003 sp1.

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jss1199Commented:
And the copyright on R2 should extend to 2005....(copyright in the above image is 2003
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CassavatechAuthor Commented:
Ok, lemme try again :)
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CassavatechAuthor Commented:
Ok, now I installed again the MSDN version from the DVD we got ... I thought first since I installed from the DVD it installed everything anyway. So you are right, I need to install manually from the 2nd CD .. only one problem, our volume license key does not work for the 2nd CD and I cannot find any special R2 key in our agreement, but I guess thats a different issue which can only be sorted by calling M$ ....
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TheCleanerCommented:
Thanks for the points...happy to assist.
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