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Exchange 2019:- Find the Admin Display Version with PowerShell

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Edward van Biljon
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In this video we show you how to get the version of your Exchange 2019 server. For those new to Exchange, this might help you when you either taking over an environment or upgrading one at a client and need to see what CU they are running.

Video Steps

1. Launch Exchange Management Shell

Click on start, expand Exchange Server 2019 and right click on the Exchange Management Shell and run as administrator

2. Type in command

Type in the following command to find the Admin Display Version: Get-ExchangeServer | Where {$_.AdminDisplayVersion -like "*15.*"}
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