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Hi

I know it sounds like a bit of a stupid question, but how can I see if SP1 is installed on Exchange 2007 server?
If I go to help and about in the console it gives me the following version: Version: 08.00.0685.018

But does this version number mean that it has Exchange SP1 on or not?
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Anything that shows 8.0.x.x (file versions, server properties in EMC) indicates that there is no SP1 present.  After SP1, everything changes to 8.1.x.x
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Using Exchange management shell type

Get-ExchangeServer | fl name,edition,admindisplayversion
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Thanks Guys. that helped allot.
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