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How do I know if I am actually running Windows 2003 SBS R2?

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We just installed a Dell Server for a client who said that Dell installed Windows 2003 SBS R2 on it.  Unfortunately, when we look at the Control Panel/System/Computer tab the system reports Windows 2003 SBS SP1.  What is the "smoking gun" thing that I can look at to know for sure that a Windows 2003 SBS server is actually running R2?
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run winver it will tell you

and the actual screensaver says it as well :)
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and the "locked" screen
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