Thanks in advance Thanks Shawn! Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify tha t the path is correct and try again. Since they don't really provide operating system service packs any longer, it would be useful information. I am not 100% sure. Caption will return something like Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 Standard Unfortunately most of the other answers do not provide information specific to Windows 10. If you have any questions, send email to me at , or post your questions on the. Version returns Major, Minor, and Build the same as the registry key, but it always seems to report Revision as 0.
If you are administering Windows, you use Group Policies. However this doesn't work in PowerShell 2. I am still a fast-ring Windows Insider who has the desire touching the early build as early as possible. I am thinking that build numbers are not numerical after all. Using Windows 10 Enterprise preview build 9926. Ed Wilson, Microsoft Scripting Guy.
PowerShell way There are 2 cmdlets that you can actually use to reveal Windows os platform build number. Testing out a theory So I decided to test out a theory. During the beta of Windows 10 it was hard know what version you were running unless it had it posted to the desktop. The first thing I need to do is to go to Pinvoke. I am terribly learning modify mof file, always worry if I make a typo. You can see the updates here: Hopefully Microsoft will update their patches so they start modifying the BuildNumber.
You just need to import the baseline to ConfigMgr, and deploy it to your test machines. I did so because I wanted one to take with me on my five week trip to Europe. To do this, I once again use the System. Learn something new every day. Since you have access to the. How to check Windows 10 version using System Information Go to Start, do a search and launch System Information. The best solution is to compare the build number, including the hotfix portion.
If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact. For the version number, there is the Version property. It will be very beneficial for other community members who have similar questions. System Information Press Win+R, type in msinfo32, and hit Enter. Version should work the way you describe but the build is changing per winver in other words I am saying your script is at fault.
. I paid the same price as everyone else does, and Istood in line to make the purchase just like everyone else does. And of course, 1 is smaller than 9 in terms of string comparison, so BuildNumber 1 Problem solved, filters now working as expected. It is not a secret that I love Windows PowerShell. This will become more of an issue as Microsoft starts releasing more builds with the new update mechanism. Can you now tell which version of Windows 10 are you running? But note that this does not show service pack version.
How to check Windows 10 version using Command Prompt Go to Start, do a search and open Command Prompt, and then use one of the following commands: Ver The above command quickly shows you the main version of Windows. I can think of a workaround for this. Here are 5 ways to find out. But not anymore since build 10586. For other locales it will get either blank result or incorrect result.
I seem to recall using psexec to run some remote queries; perhaps I can use that to start the remote registry service, gather the registry entries, save them to a file, and build a report. It may be a better idea to check whether a specific feature you need exists on the system, rather than to look for a version number. The new model of building Windows also moves away from versioning as we used to see in the past e. If you want to differentiate between Windows 8. Version When I opened the Windows PowerShell console to test this, I found that it works just fine. That guide unfortunately only shows how to get the build number from the wim file, i'm trying to get the edition version.
You can add custom reg key and set the image version number in that and then create the image. Upon arriving at the site, I want to find Kernel32 in the left pane, and then under that section, I want to find the GetVersion function. Note: this is just an example. The way around this, is to use an application manifest, which is something that most Windows PowerShell scripters will not be doing. And asking users to type the computer name is not friendly.