AD,Exchange,Lync Schema Versions

Version of the Active Directory Forest Schema Version

To discover Active Directory Forest Schema Version for the domain home. intranet.

1. Using ADSIEdit

 Plug in the Naming Context in Schema

“CN = Schema, CN = Configuration, DC = home, DC = intranet”

and find the following entry:

“objectVersion”

2. Using the DSQuery command prompt:

dsquery * cn = schema, cn = configuration, dc = home, dc = intranet-scope base-attr objectVersion

Map of the objectVersion: version history

 

Windows Server

The objectVersion value

Windows 2000 Server

13

Windows Server 2003 RTM, Windows 2003 Service Pack 1, Windows 2003 Service Pack 2

30

Windows Server 2003 R2

31

Windows Server 2008 RTM, Windows 2008 Service Pack 1, Windows 2008 Service Pack 2

44

Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1

47

Windows 8 Beta

52

Windows Server 2012

56

Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview

69

Active Directory Exchange version Schema Version

To discover the Exchange Active Directory Schema Version for the domain home. intranet.

1. Using ADSIEdit

Plug in the Naming Context in Schema

“CN = ms-Exch-Schema-Version-Pt, CN = Schema, CN = Configuration, DC = home, DC = intranet”

and find the following entry:

“rangeUpper”


    2. Using the DSQuery

at the command prompt:

 
 dsquery * CN = ms-Exch-Schema-Version-Pt, cn = schema, cn = configurationration, dc = home, dc = com-scope base-attr intranet rangeUpper

Map of versions of rangeUpper:

Exchange

Value of rangeUpper

2000 RTM

4397

2000 SP3

4406

2003 RTM

6870

2003 SP1

6870

2003 SP2

6870

2003 SP3

6936

2007 RTM

10637

2007 SP1

11116

2007 SP2

14622

2007 SP3

14625

2010 RTM

14622

2010 SP1

14726

2010 SP2

14732

2013 RTM

15137

2013 RTM CU1

15254

 

Active Directory version Lync (OCS) Schema Version

To discover Active Directory Lync (OCS) Schema Version for the domain home. intranet.

1. Using ADSIEdit

 

Plug in the Naming Context in Schema

 

“CN = ms-RTC-SIP-SchemaVersion, CN = Schema, CN = Configuration, DC = home, DC = intranet”

and find the following entry:

 

“rangeUpper”

    2. Using the DSQuery

 

at the command prompt:

 

dsquery * CN = ms-RTC-SIP-SchemaVersion, cn = schema, cn = configurationration, dc = home, dc = com-scope base-attr intranet rangeUpper

Map of versions of rangeUpper:

 

Communicator

rangeUpper

LCS 2005 1006

OCS 2007

1007

OCS 2007 R2

1008

Lync 2010

1100

Lync 2013 1150
 

References

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