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I am running SQL Server 2008 but how can I tell what version it is / Service Packs.

I have the version 10.0.1600.22

I am installing a new SQL Server and am ready but I can only see "SQL 2008 Standard Edition SP3" on my Volume Licence Site but I just want to make sure its not R2 or is this the same?
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10.00.1600 is SQL 2008 with no service packs.  If it was SQL 2008 R2, which is not the same, it would be 10.50.xxx.
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Bigbigpig, thanks very much.

Been a while.....

My confusion was in my VMCenter there was an ISO with the 2008_R2.

Thanks very much.
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