Alright, something that should be quick and simple to search for, but unfortunately I haven't been able to find documentation for it. I am trying to run a report through Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (WQL query), that will find what computers have what versions of Edrawings viewer installed, so that I can make sure everyone is upgraded to 2019. However, when system center queries the computers and returns a product version number, I get the following numbers (see below). Can somebody please point me to a revision matrix that shows what version of Edrawings is what? I have attached an example that someone made for the different builds of Windows 10, if you aren't exactly sure what I mean.
These are the Product versions that SCCM is returning:
I am assuming that the ones starting in 18 are Edrawings 2018, the ones starting with 17 are Edrawings 2017, but I can't be sure, and I have no clue what the versions starting with 1 are. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Should be some very simple-to-find documentation, but as always, google results are convoluted with a million Solidworks forums that have nothing to do with what I'm actually looking for. I've got to the point where I've started searching "What I am searching for" -site:solidworks.com to exclude the whole solidworks domain!! :-(
You could run in those users computer in cmd: wmic product where "name like '%edrawings%'" get name, version, identifyingnumber, vendor
This will give you name with SP. Btw wmic is really usefull tool also for removing those old versions. I will just at next upgrade delete all edrawings versions with WMIC and install the newest for all.