SMS: Information on Identifying the Version of DCOM on a Window 95, Windows 98, or Windows Millennium Edition Computer

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This article provides information on how to identify the version of Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM) that is installed on Microsoft Windows 95-based, Microsoft Windows 98-based, and Windows Millennium-based computers.
You can determine which version of Dcom95 or Dcom98 is installed on a Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows Millennium Edition-based computer by checking the registry. If DCOM is installed on the system, the default value of the registry key
will contain the version of DCOM installed on the system. The version number in the registry is stored in the format "a,b,c,d" and these correspond to:
  • - a - major operating system version
  • - b - minor operating system version
  • - c - minor file version
  • - d - major file version
To determine the version of Dcom95 or Dcom98 based on these values, use the following table:

Installed VersionDCOM VersionNotes
4,71,0,3328Build 3328.1Released on the Internet as DCOM95 1.3 and DCOM98 1.3
4,71,0,2900Build 2900.7Released with Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, and Microsoft Office 2000
4,71,0,2618DCOM95 1.2Web release
4,71,0,2612DCOM98Released with Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0
4,71,0,1719Build 1719Released with Windows 98
4,71,0,1718DCOM95 1.1Released on the Internet in October 1997; Released with Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01
4,71,0,1120Build 1120 
4,71,0,426DCOM95 1.0Released on the Internet in January 1997
4,90,1,3328 Released with Windows Me

Article ID: 275259 - Last Review: 12/28/2014 21:18:19 - Revision: 5.3

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