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How to determin ESM version on standalone ESM installation

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Hi there,

I have several non-DC Windows 2003 servers with only ESM installed (no Exchange Server installed).  How can I determine the version of ESM that was installed and what service packs have been applied, etc.?

Thanks,
Scott
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Check the version number of files stored in the exchsrvr folder, some dlls or some .exes and then check the following table.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/158530/

Thanks,
Amit Aggarwal.
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Thanks for the response -- that's what I needed (not to mention a handy KB link for future reference).

Cheers,
Scott
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