Windows – Version Number – “Net Config Workstation”

Background

As I was troubleshooting another issue a few months ago, stumbled into another pathway for determining the Version Number of a Windows Computer.

Lineage

  1. Windows 10 – Marketing Name via PowerShell
    Link

Net Commands

Command

Syntax


Output

Output – Windows 10

Image

net.config.workstation.client.windows10.0320190917.1138AM.PNG

Explanation
  1. Software version
    • Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB

Output – Windows 2016

Image

net.config.workstation.client.windows10.02.20190917.1136AM.png

Explanation
  1. Software version
    • Windows Server 2019 Datacenter

 

Summary

Sharing and blogging is not easy nor quite straightforward.

One needs a lot of computers, software, environment, and test cases.

Sometimes people allow it; the grace needed.

Other times, people flatly say NO.

Dedicated

And, so I am going to have to dedicate this post to those who allow one the grace to learn.

Allow one access to their computers.

If you did not feel thanked or gratitude the first few times and you felt slighted; or held a grudge.

Here is a public Thank You.

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