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Windows Server 2003 R2 or non-R2

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Hello,

How would I know if my Windows Small Business Server 2003 is an R2 or non-R2 version?

Thanks :)
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i beleive the lock screen tells you?
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by:Lazarus
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just open up Server Management and you have two clues:

1.  R2 in the right hand side...

2.  Update services is now listed

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You mean update services listed on the left hand side?  If so I see nothing.
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