I’m often troubled with SharePoint deployments where you need to find out which version they have installed.
That’s easy, right? You just open up Central Administration, look at the Servers in the farm and woila, you have the build. Finding out which CU that is, is (again) very easy using Google. But sometimes you get an overload of information. I noticed that there is a lot of information out there which is simple wrong! Wrong build numbers, wrong articles, outdated links… So, I decided to get it over with and put em all in an Excel sheet. Done with googling around, wresting through KB’s and so on.
Just a plain and simple Excel sheet with the version, the KB number and a link to the KB article and this for MOSS 2007, WSS 3.0, SharePoint 2010 (SPS and SPF). This way, I always have that information at hand when I’m working at a customer. I just have to keep in mind that I need to update it when a new hotfix is released. 😎
You can download the Excel sheet here: SharePoint Versions
If you notice that some information is wrong, please let me know. I tried to get it right, but I’m not perfect. 😉