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    How to get the software version?


    Hi,
    I have Windows 2003/ 2008 servers in my office. I wants to get the version details of the software/ application which is installed on those servers. Could anyone let me know the command to get those details?

    Thanks in advance!!!
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    Specific program, look within the program or in the properties of the files of that program.
    whole system, try the Add/Remove programs window (unreliable but does have some info, at least has a list of installed programs.)
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    Open a CMD prompt
    At the Cmd prompt type wmic and hit enter.
    You will now see wmic:root\cli>Type here "product get name,version" then hit enter.

    If you want to export the list to a HTML file, type /output:c:\ProgramList.htm product get name,version
    or if you prefer a text file type /output:c:\ProgramList.txt product get name,version

    You could use something like Belarc for 2003
    http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html

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