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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.  

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Again thanx
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