How to Check Which Service Pack Version is Installed on Site Server 3.0

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This article describes how to check which service pack version has been installed for Site Server 3.0.
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NOTE: A different version of the Ldapsvc.dll file is included with the original Site Server 3.0 installation and each service pack. However, because a different version of the Ldapsvc.dll file can be added at any time (for example through a hotfix), you should not rely on file versions solely to determine which service pack has been installed.


Determining if Site Server 3.0 Service Pack 3 Is Installed

Registry Key

If Service Pack 3 is installed, the following DWORD (hexadecimal) registry key exists, containing a value greater than zero (0):
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Site Server\SP3\Components\SS3SP3					

Installation Folder

The folder created when Service Pack 3 is installed is Microsoft Site Server\Sp3.

File Version

Version 7.0.1276.0 of the Ldapsvc.dll file is included with Service Pack 3.


Determining if Site Server 3.0 Service Pack 2 Is Installed

Registry Key

If Service Pack 2 is installed, the following DWORD (hexadecimal) registry key exists, containing a value greater than zero (0):
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Site Server\3.0\Hotfix\Site Server 3.0 Service Pack 2\Installed					

Installation Folder

The folder created when Service Pack 2 is installed is Site Server 3.0 Sp2.

File Version

Version 7.0.887.0 of the Ldapsvc.dll file is included with Service Pack 2.


Determining if Site Server 3.0 Service Pack 1 Is Installed

Registry Key

If Service Pack 1 is installed, the following DWORD (hexadecimal) registry key exists, containing a value greater than zero (0):
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Site Server\3.0\Hotfix\Site Server 3.0 Service Pack 1\Installed					

Installation Folder

The folder created when Service Pack 1 is installed is Site Server 3.0 Sp1.

File Version

Version 7.0.826.0 of the Ldapsvc.dll file is included with Service Pack 1.


Original Site Server Installation (No Service Pack Installed)

If the none of the above Registration keys exist, then no Site Server 3.0 service packs have been installed.

File Version

Version 7.0.794.0 of the Ldapsvc.dll file is included with the original Site Server installation.
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