How to determine the version of your Windows ISO file

After a lot of googling this morning I was able to find out how to determine the version of the Windows ISO file. This was important to me because I needed to know if the ISO I had included SP1 or not. This should work for Vista and up, basically any windows that has WIM files within.

First you will need to mount the ISO file to a computer so you can browse it. Then open up a command prompt as administrator and run the following command.

dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:E:\sources\install.wim /index:1

(E is the drive letter for the mounted ISO file)

Here is an example of the output from the command for a Windows 7 Enterprise ISO without any service packs.

C:\WINDOWS\system32>dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:E:\sources\install.wim /index:1

Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
Version: 6.1.7600.16385

Details for image : E:\sources\install.wim

Index : 1
Name : Windows 7 ENTERPRISE
Description : Windows 7 ENTERPRISE
Size : 11,912,905,130 bytes
Architecture : x64
Hal : acpiapic
Version : 6.1.7600
ServicePack Build : 16385
ServicePack Level : 0
Edition : Enterprise
Installation : Client
ProductType : WinNT
ProductSuite : Terminal Server
System Root : WINDOWS
Directories : 13629
Files : 64547
Created : 7/14/2009 - 12:49:53 AM
Modified : 7/14/2009 - 2:43:28 AM
Languages :
        en-US (Default)

The operation completed successfully.


Source: Version number of Windows 7 from its image (iso,..) – Super User.