SharePoint 2010 Standard or Enterprise can be checked using different methods depending on your preferences and system setup. There are several ways to determine the version of SharePoint 2010 installed on your system.
To check the version through Central Administration, navigate to CA > Operations > Servers in Farm. Here, you will find the information regarding whether your SharePoint installation is Standard or Enterprise.
Another option is to check the version in Control Panel. Go to Control Panel > Add and Remove Programs and select SharePoint server. Then, click on “Click here for support” to find the version information.
You can also check the SharePoint version in SharePoint Designer. Open SharePoint Designer and click on Site Settings under the Site menu. Here, you will be able to find the version information.
Additionally, you can open any SharePoint site and go to Site Actions > Site Settings to find the version.
If you prefer to check the version programmatically, you can use the code provided in the sources. By accessing Central Administration > Operations > Convert License Type, you can determine whether your SharePoint 2010 installation is Standard or Enterprise.
By following these methods, you will be able to easily check whether your SharePoint 2010 is Standard or Enterprise.
One method to check the SharePoint version is by accessing Central Administration and going to the Servers in Farm section. This allows you to easily find the version of SharePoint 2010 installed on your server.
To check the version, follow these steps:
- Login to your SharePoint server and open Central Administration.
- Navigate to the Operations tab and click on Servers in Farm.
- In the Farm Servers section, you will see a list of servers in your SharePoint farm along with their roles and status.
- Locate the server you want to check and note the value in the Version column. This will indicate whether it is the Standard or Enterprise version of SharePoint 2010.
By following these steps, you can easily determine the version of SharePoint 2010 installed on your system.
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In summary, checking the SharePoint version through Central Administration is a quick and easy way to determine if you have the Standard or Enterprise edition of SharePoint 2010 installed. By accessing the Servers in Farm section, you can view the version for each server in your farm. This information is valuable for managing your SharePoint environment and ensuring you have the features and capabilities you need.
If you prefer to check the SharePoint version outside of Central Administration, you can do so through Control Panel’s Add and Remove Programs feature or by using SharePoint Designer and accessing the Site Settings.
In Control Panel, navigate to “Add and Remove Programs” and search for the SharePoint server. Click on it and then select “Click here for support.” This will open a webpage where you can find detailed information about the version of SharePoint installed on your system.
Alternatively, you can use SharePoint Designer to check the version. Open SharePoint Designer and click on “Site Settings” under the Site menu. In the Site Settings, you will find the version information displayed, allowing you to easily determine whether it is Standard or Enterprise.
By utilizing these methods, you can quickly and efficiently check the version of SharePoint 2010 installed on your system without needing to access Central Administration. Whether you choose to use Control Panel’s Add and Remove Programs or SharePoint Designer’s Site Settings, you will gain the necessary insights into your SharePoint version.
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If you prefer to check the SharePoint version programmatically, you can use the provided code and access Central Administration’s Convert License Type feature to determine if your installation is MOSS Standard or Enterprise.
To do this, you will need to open Central Administration and navigate to the Operations section. From there, click on “Convert License Type.” This feature allows you to programmatically retrieve information about your SharePoint version.
The code provided in the sources can be used to access the Convert License Type feature. Simply copy and paste the code into your preferred development environment, and then run it to retrieve the information you need.
By executing the code, you will be able to see if your SharePoint installation is MOSS Standard or Enterprise, providing you with valuable insight into the features and capabilities available to you.