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version of native client installed

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if i need to check the version of the native client of SQL Server installed on Win 2003 OS, where could I find it?

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SELECT @@VERSION
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SELECT @@VERSION gives the SQL install version.

I am looking for any native client that may be residing in the OS.

for example, the DB may be in 2005 version, but there may be a 2000 native client residing on the box, still.. that is what I want to find out, if an older or newer version of native client is residing in the box.

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