InstallShield Tips and Techniques

October 17, 2015

Determining Windows Operating System with WindowsBuild

Filed under: Reference Materials — shieldmaster @ 2:09 pm

With new Windows 10 Operating System, when you use a version of InstallShield older than version 2015 – you won’t be able to use the pre-defined constants. Here is the table that allows you to use WindowsBuild for InstallScript evaluation or conditional statements.

 

Windows Operating System

WindowsBuild value

Windows 2000

2195

Windows XP

2600

Windows XP Professional x64

3790

Windows Server 2003

3790

Windows Server 2003 R2

3790

Windows Vista

6000, 6001 (SP1), 6002 (SP2)

Windows Server 2008

6000

Windows Server 2008 SP1

6001 (SP1)

Windows Server 2008 SP2

6002 (SP2)

Windows 7

7600, 7601 (SP1)

Windows Server 2008 R2

7600, 7601 (SP1)

Windows 8

9200

Windows Server 2012

9200

Windows 8.1

9600

Windows Server 2012 R2

9600

Windows 10

(various, starting around 9400)

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