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Determining if MOSS is Standard or Enterprise
Monday, November 9th, 2009
You will often come across licensing questions regarding your MOSS installation from a number of different sources which will normally change the cost of products based on if your MOSS SharePoint installation is Enterprise or Standard edition.
In the neverland that is Central Administration I never seem to be able to find what I am looking for, so for those of you in the same boat, the easiest way to tell which version you are running is by doing the following:
Open up Central Admin
Go to Operations
Under the sub-menu "Upgrade and Migration" click the link "Enable Enterprise Features" (this doesn't immediately enable them if you don't plan to for licensing purposes).
On this page you will see the option under "Use these features:" for Standard and Enterprise. Obviously you can now identify which version of MOSS you are running.
A minor tidbit, but nonetheless might save you a Google.
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