All possible ways to find SharePoint Version and Build number

If you are trying to find exact Version and Patch level of your SharePoint installation, then use one of the following methods

Method 1 : Using Service.cnf url

  1. Navigate to following url in your browser   nz maths problem solving lipitor 4 savings card pfizer wins viagra patent infringement case against teva pharmaceuticals nolvadex dangers here prednisone on-line celebrex recall google fusion tables alternatives to viagra viagra and low testosterone solved calculus problems orson scott card obama essay go to site cheap persuasive essay ghostwriting sites us paper writer free professional resume writing services online essay about how friendship has enriched your life glycogen storage disease mnemonic viagra for women stem cell research outlines for a paper good topic sentence comparison contrast essay go to link prednisone for asthma flare up follow link essay general motor otc viagra gnc store go site igcse economics past papers model answers see url <Your SharePoint Site>/_vti_pvt/Service.cnf
  2. You will a response similar to following


Check the number shown in your response at SharePoint Build Numbers

Method 2 : Using Central Administration Site

  1. Launch SharePoint Central Administration site
  2. Under Upgrade and Migration, click Check product and migration status
  3. You will get screen similar to following

Farm Build and Version Number

Method 3 : Using PowerShell

  1. Launch SharePoint 2010 Management Shell
  2. Enter PowerShell command Get-SPFarm | Select BuildVersion
  3. You will get screen similar to following


Method 4 : Checking Registry setting

  1. Launch Registry Editor on your SharePoint web front end
  2. Navigate to Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office Server\14.0
  3. Check the value of BuildVersion as shown in following screen


Method 5 : Checking HTTP Header

  1. Launch Fiddler or any other Proxy traffic inspector on any client computer which can access a SharePoint site
  2. Navigate to any page of your SharePoint site on client computer
  3. Check MicrosoftSharePointTeamServices response header in Fiddler, as shown in screen below

Http Header Version


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