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Confused on MOSS 2007 vs WSS

Posted on 2013-02-06
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I have a server with Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007 and that is listed in Add/remove programs.  The server run Windows 2008 Server (not R2).

I'm confused because I went to upgrade Sharepoint to SP3 and I ran the WSS install for that 1st because I though I had to, it ran fine.

I then went to run the MOSS instal file and it said the update was already applied.

Is that right?
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Take a look at this - http://blogs.technet.com/b/sharepointcomic/archive/2008/09/06/determine-which-version-of-sharepoint-is-installed.aspx

Go into Central Admin and check the version of SharePoint.
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