More detailed information on SharePoint updates can be found on Joe Rodgers' blog post: http://blogs.msdn.com/josrod/archive/2008/11/03/latest-patches-11-2008.aspx
Using SharePoint Central Administration Web site SharePoint HTML Site Settings admin pages or IIS Manager, on the web sites properties HTTP Headers tab, virtual servers once extended will show the following version numbers:
MOSS 20071 or WSS 3.0 Cumulative update (KB956056 & KB956057) 184.108.40.20627
MOSS 20071 or WSS 3.0 Infrastructure Update (KB951695 & KB951297) 220.127.116.1118
MOSS 20071 or WSS 3.0 post-SP1 hotfix (KB948945) 18.104.22.16803
MOSS 20071 or WSS 3.0 post-SP1 hotfix (KB941274) 22.214.171.12401
MOSS 20071 or WSS 3.0 post-SP1 hotfix (KB941422) 126.96.36.19900
MOSS 20071 or WSS 3.0 SP1 188.8.131.5219
MOSS 20071 or WSS 3.0 October public update 184.108.40.20639
MOSS 20071 or WSS 3.0 August 24, 2007 hotfix package 220.127.116.1136
MOSS 20071 or WSS 3.0 RTM 18.104.22.16818
MOSS 20071 or WSS 3.0 Beta 2 TR: 22.214.171.12407
MOSS 20071 or WSS 3.0 Beta 2: 126.96.36.19917
Office 12 (PDC image - pre-beta): 188.8.131.5211 (This version of Office does not have a support link in the Add/Remove programs dialog box).
1To confirm that a particular service pack is install on SharePoint Server you must either check the version numbers of specific dlls as specified in the related Microsoft Knowledge Based article or select the Show Updates check box in Add and Remove Programs.
WSS 2.0 SP3 184.108.40.20665
WSS 2.0 SP2 KB900929 + KB924881 220.127.116.1117
WSS 2.0 SP2 rollup KB900929 18.104.22.16800
WSS 2.0 SP2 22.214.171.12468
WSS 2.0 SP2 Beta = R2: 126.96.36.19951
WSS 2.0 SP1 + KB887981 188.8.131.5211
WSS 2.0 SP1: 184.108.40.20661
WSS 2.0 Unservice packed: 220.127.116.1130
To confirm that service packs are installed, especially with SharePoint Server 2007, goto Control Panel -> Add and Remove Programs
Select the product and then click: Click here for support. The versions will
be displayed as follows:
See David Hunter's blog post, "SharePoint 2007 Versions ", to find the version number directly from a SharePoint database.
Thanks to Matthew McDermott and Kenneth Searles for the update on the version related to the hotfix KB887981
Note: If you have a version number starting with 10, then it is either SharePoint Team Services (SPTS) or SharePoint Portal 2001 (SPS 2001).
- SPTS, 10.0.2627.01 is the version with no service packs. In the Administrative Tools menu, you will see a link to Microsoft SharePoint Administrator. This will display a web page, where you can see the version number of the virtual server(s), e.g., 18.104.22.16823. The ISAPI filter is fpexedll.dll.
- For SPS 2001, 10.145.4629 is the version number with no service packs. There will be no ISAPI filter, and from the Administrative Tools menu you will see a link to SharePoint Portal Server Administrator which launches a mmc snap-in.