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How to find Outlook client version’s in  Exchange organization

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Dear Experts,

Now i want to find all my clients outlook version in my organization in exchange 2010 so what kind of command that i can find it .

I already try with this command (Get-MailboxServer | Get-LogonStatistics | Select UserName,ClientVersion,LastAccessTime,ServerName) but it show me the result is  like this Client Version 3587.0.33069.0, Do you have other  solution ?

Please see the link http://msexchangeguru.com/2012/10/08/outlook-client-versions/

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Hi,

 you will need to use script and log files to be able to see it.
 Before running this script, you must change ExecutionPolicy to Unsigned.
 From PowerShell run:  Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted

Run script, and in the same folder where you have put it, you will get .csv file with report. How report looks like, see in attachment. You have per user Outlook version.

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Determine-all-outlook-d43bd71f 

 Regards,
 Ivan.
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by:chanmesa
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Dear Ivan,

If i run this script so it will effect anything to users in exchange server?
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Hi,

no, it will not. I have run it many times, and never had any problem with it.
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