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Jan 04, 2017


Jimmy Bergmark - JTB World

Here are some alternative solutions: http://blog.jtbworld.com/2013/10/how-to-know-what-service-pack-is.html

Steve Johnson

Yeah, can't really use MENUNAME because that assumes a vanilla setup. Our environment isn't vanilla and anything using MENUNAME to determine the vertical will have a 100% failure rate. Jimmy's registry read suggestions are the way to go.

R.K. McSwain

Agree with Steve that Jimmy's page is the way to go.

If you could not do that for some reason, and you knew what product you were testing for, you could do something like this, to test for the presence of a certain program file, like this

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