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Determining IIS version your server is running on.

I got this from Microsoft Support site... :)

VersionObtained fromOperating System
1.0Included with Windows NT 3.51 SP 3 (or as a self-contained download).Windows NT Server 3.51
2.0Included with Windows NT Server 4.0.Windows NT Server 4.0
3.0Included with Windows NT Server 4.0 Service Pack 3(Internet Information Server 2.0 is automatically upgraded to Internet Information Server 3.0 during the install of SP3).Windows NT Server 4.0
4.0Self-contained download from www.microsoft.com or the Windows NT Option Pack compact disc.Windows NT Server 4.0 SP3 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01
5.0Built-in component of Windows 2000.Windows 2000
5.1Built-in component of Windows XP Professional.Windows XP Professional
6.0Built-in component of Windows Server 2003.WIndows Server 2003
7.0Built-in component of Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008.Windows Vista and WIndows Server 2008

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