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Exhange 2010 how to know what is last update and the current version

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Hi,

i need to know what is the latest service pack installed and the latest rollup applied .. how i can know that in Exchange 2010 ??
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This site has a script that should give you what you need..

http://www.expta.com/2009/05/powershell-script-to-get-exchange.html
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the script for exchange 2007
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Hi,

Simple is go to control panel --> Programs and Features--> Click installed updates (left pane you can see) --> now you can see the latest Service pack including Rollups.
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Here is simple command
GCM exsetup |%{$_.Fileversioninfo}
Run this from EMS
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