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Exchange Edition ausfindig machen

Hallo zusammen,

Die Exchange Version (2000 oder 2003) inkl. Service Pack herauszufinden ist ja kein Problem. Andres hingegen sieht es aus, wenn man versucht die Edition (Standard / Enterprise) herauszufinden. Das ist eben nicht im Gui herauszufinden, sondern man muss sich mühsam über Registry Keys informieren.

Dazu gibt es einen Artikel in der Microsoft KB: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/240152/en-us

You can examine the registry information to determine which edition of Exchange is installed. This method applies to Exchange 2000 and to Exchange 2003.

Determine which edition is installed

  1. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
  2. Locate the following registry key:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall
  3. Find the appropriate GUID registry subkey in one of the following lists. Verify that the DisplayName in the right pane is Microsoft Exchange 2000 or Microsoft Exchange.
    • The following subkeys indicate the version of Exchange 2000 that is installed on the computer:
      • DB20F7FD-67BC-4813-8808-78F63E89EB56: Standard Version Upgrade Package (VUP)
      • 775CF3DA-C007-4709-B4CC-CE2239BE2E03: Standard Full Packaged Product (FPP)
      • FC6FA539-452D-4a9b-8065-C1FA74B86F83: Standard Evaluation 120 days (EVAL)
      • D3574E0C-360A-44d5-858C-33323C2D79F2: Enterprise Version Upgrade Package (VUP
      • F8567801-906B-439b-8D6A-87BDFEC9BA52: Enterprise Product Upgrade Package (PUP)
      • 65D9643D-06E8-47d6-865E-80F4CC9BB879: Enterprise Full Packaged Product (FPP)
      • 8B102332-6052-4af3-ADFA-35A3DED0506A: Enterprise Evaluation 120 days (EVAL)
    • The following subkeys indicate the version of Exchange 2003 that is installed on the computer:
      • EAE76D62-2691-4883-8BBB-1F2EE6D370D5: Standard Version Upgrade Package (VUP)
      • 9161A261-6ABE-4668-BBFA-AD06B3F642CF: Standard Full Packaged Product (FPP)
      • C160866F-DE53-434f-ADF1-CC42ABBF8778: Standard Evaluation 120 days (EVAL)
      • 74F3BB3C-A434-48fa-AAC1-3FC37CD2B0DB: Enterprise Version Upgrade Package (VUP)
      • 7F4210A8-D3B4-480a-835E-D5DAA0D0B157: Enterprise Product Upgrade Package (PUP)
      • F95DE19F-CF69-4b03-81B6-9EC050D20D3B: Enterprise Full Packaged Product (FPP)
      • 2B8EC4BD-5638-47e2-8817-1A50B38A828D: Enterprise Evaluation 120 days (EVAL)

In diesem Beispiel handelt es sich um Exchange Enterprise FPP.

Und nun noch die Sprachversion. Da wir gerade in der Registry sind, nehmen wir den UninstallString und schauen was für eine Sprachversion die Setup.exe hat. Dieses Beispiel zeigt, dass Exchange hier in English installiert wurde.

Viel Spass beim suchen...

Grüsse
Andres Bohren

Print | posted on Monday, May 25, 2009 2:40 PM | Filed Under [ Exchange ]

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