QUICKBLOG: More Information on PowerShell Versions numbers…

It was a long day and we finally got some useful information about all the different versions of PowerShell.

You can use either the $PSVersionTable or long line that possibly accomplished the same result:

([psobject].assembly.getcustomattributes([reflection.assemblyfileversionattribute], $false))[0].version

Now, here the list I compile with the help of one of the PowerShell MVP’s:

I Added the following versions using $PSVersionTable :

2.0 RTM (on Vista): 6.0.6002.18139

2.0 RTM (on Windows Server 2003): 6.0.6002.18111

2.0 RTM (on Windows Server 2008 SP2): 6.0.6002.18111

The following was provided by PowerShell MVP – Oisin Grehan:

ps> ([psobject].assembly.getcustomattributes([reflection.assemblyfileversionattribute], $false))[0].version

2.0 CTP2: 6.1.6585.1

2.0 CTP3: 6.1.6949.0

2.0 RC (WIN7): 6.1.7100.0

2.0 RTM (on win7): 6.1.7600.16385

Another PowerShell MVP contributing – Aleksandar Nikolic THANKS!

2.0 RTM (on WinXP): 6.0.6002.18111

By the way, there’s a possibility that you won’t be able to use PS Remoting between V1 and V2 but I haven’t had the chance to test this scenario.

Well, I hope this information help you in the quest of identifying who have PowerShell CTP’s installed.

Good Luck!!

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About maxt2posh

I’m from Puerto Rico, have been working with computers since 1979. Throughout many years, I have worked with SQL Server Technologies, provided support to Windows Servers/Client machines, Microsoft Virtualization Technologies, and build some Visual Studio solutions. I’m a Microsoft PowerShell MVP since 2009 and MVP SAPIEN Technologies since 2010. I speak in most of the SQLSaturday, IT Pro and .NET camps events around the Florida’s State. Also founder of the Florida PowerShell User Group which meeting every 3rd Tuesday evening of the month.
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