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Can a Windows 8 ISO be determine if its home, basic, professional, enterprise, etc.

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We have a series of Windows 8 ISO, that supposedly should all be Windows 8 Pro.  Unfortunately, we noticed that 2 so far are not w8pro, just Windows 8.

Besided installing each one until we get to the one that has Windows 8 Pro, is there a way to identify the ISO contents and determine if its Professional or not?
(we have extracted the ISO to folder for better view)
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The reason is in my answer to your other question of today.

The ISOs hold multiple versions, the embedded key decides.
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Yes, that info really helped us.  

FYI:
When we see that one of our questions may get complicated and produced more questions, such as these that EE has observe these days, we proceed to place them apart even though EE may consider them the same.  The reason is because we think that EE experts should be award justifyly as to per-incident.

Again thanx
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