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A server I've recently taken charge of has a copy of SharePoint installed. Add or Remove Programs shows "Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007".

How do I find out if I'm running Standard, Enterprise or something else?

Additional facts:

  • The server is running Windows Server 2003.
  • The version hasn't been documented anywhere and there's nobody I can ask


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Go to Central Admin -> Operations -> Convert License Type and the current license should be shown there.

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You might want to know the patching level of SharePoint on that server too:

There are more version listings around, this one just to get you started.

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Thanks for this! :) – Cosmic Flame Nov 22 '11 at 13:52

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