How can i find the Service Pack installed in my exchange 2007 Server

Help on the management console returns 8.01

the cmdlet GetExchServer returns 8.1
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I believe 'system info' from the command prompt still returns that value, as well as system properties.
It depends on build number, see this link.
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maxalarieAuthor Commented:
Ill check the links..  I need SP2

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Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Control Panel> Programs and Features> Installed Updates.

That will tell you your current Service Pack for Exchange.
Thank you!
Alan HardistyCo-OwnerCommented:
Why does the selected answer not answer your question?

I think he meant to accept my first post.  Is that the case?
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