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Determine which version of a SolarWinds Orion product I have installed

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Updated September 17 2018


Before you upgrade to the latest version of a SolarWinds product, you must determine which version of a product you already have installed.

The new SolarWinds Orion installer can help. If you have the following minimum versions, you can upgrade multiple products by downloading one installer:

  • IPAM 4.2
  • NCM 7.4
  • NPM 12.0
  • Patch Manager 2.1.3
  • SAM 6.2
  • SRM 6.0
  • Engineers Web Toolset 11.0
  • UDT 3.2.4
  • VNQM 4.2
  • WPM 2.1

Even if you have an older version, you can use the installer to scan your environment and provide your upgrade path. After that, you can continue using the SolarWinds Orion Installer to complete your upgrade. For other products, you can use the instructions below.


All Orion SolarWinds products


All product versions are displayed in the footer of the Orion Web Console login page.


The product versions are also displayed in the Control Panel.

  1. Open Control Panel, and then go to Programs > Programs and Features.
  2. Scroll down to SolarWinds.

The products and versions are listed as below:


Disclaimer: Please note, any content posted herein is provided as a suggestion or recommendation to you for your internal use. This is not part of the SolarWinds software or documentation that you purchased from SolarWinds, and the information set forth herein may come from third parties. Your organization should internally review and assess to what extent, if any, such custom scripts or recommendations will be incorporated into your environment.  You elect to use third party content at your own risk, and you will be solely responsible for the incorporation of the same, if any.

Some older installed versions may include information about any hotfixes installed.




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