SharePoint Portal Services / Team Services – Determine Service Pack Version

If you’re unfortunate enough to be running an older version of SharePoint Portal Services or WSS 2.0, here’s some version info to help you figure out what version is running.

SharePoint Portal Server (SPS) 2003

Control Panel > Add/ Remove Programs > Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Services > Click Here for Support Information.
– OR –
Locate the mssrch.dll file (located in \Program Files\SharePoint Portal Server\Bin), right-click > File Properties > Version and check the version number:

SP3 11.0.8168.0
SP2 11.0.8126.0
SP1 11.0.6715.0
RTM 11.0.5704.0

 

Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 2.0

Control Panel > Add/ Remove Programs > Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services > Click Here for Support Information. Note the version numbers:

SP3 11.0.8173.0
SP2 11.0.7969.0
SP2 Beta 11.0.6551.0
SP1 + KB887981 11.0.6411.0
SP1 11.0.6361.0
RTM 11.0.5608.0

 

SharePoint Portal Services (SPS) 2001

Locate the mssrch.dll file (located in \Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\MSSearch\Bin), right-click > File Properties > Version and check the version number:

SP3 10.0145.7329
SP2a 10.0145.6011.5
SP2 10.0145.6011.0
SP1 10.145.4629.0
RTM 10.145.3914.3

 

SharePoint Portal Team Services (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., 5.0.2.2623. The ISAPI filter is fpexedll.dll.

 

Running SharePoint 2007 (MOSS)?

If you’re lucky enough to be running an newer version of SharePoint (SharePoint 2007, MOSS 2007, or WSS 2.0), please see SharePoint 2007 (MOSS) – How To Determine Service Pack Version.

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One response to “SharePoint Portal Services / Team Services – Determine Service Pack Version

  1. Pingback: SharePoint 2007 (MOSS) - How To Determine Service Pack Version « Stuart Cox’s Tech Punch

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