What is the Installed Version of VERDE - Non VERDEOS?

What is the Installed Version of VERDE - Non VERDEOS?

Product Line:  VERDE

To determine the version of the installed VERDE package, on a NON-bare metal installed server run:

rpm-based distribution: 

rpm -q VERDE

deb-based (Ubuntu) installation: 

dpkg -l |grep VERDE


This will return a version, such as "VERDE-8.2.0-rel.14092.x86_64" where "14092" is the build and 8.2 is the version.

On a bare metal installation, run the VERDE menu or click About from the VERDE Console Help Link.

On both bare and non-bare metal, from the VERDE Management Console, hover over the "Help" link.

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