ExchangeBuildNumber PowerShell Module
You can search build numbers of Exchange Server. Not only that, but you can also get the relevant KB numbers and blog posts.
PS C:\> Get-ExchangeBuildNumber "2019 CU9" Product Name : Exchange 2019 CU9 Build Number : 15.2.858.5 Date : 2021/03/16 KB : KB4602570 Blog : https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/exchange-team-blog/released-march-2021-quarterly-exchange-updates/ba-p/2205283
Installing ExchangeBuildNumber PowerShell Module
The module is published on the PowerShell Gallery.
Updating ExchangeBuildNumber PowerShell Module
If you want to know the build number of Exchange 2013 CU11, run the following command.
Get-ExchangeBuildNumber -ProductName "Exchange 2013 CU11"
If you want to know the product name of 15.0.1156.6, run the following command.
If you want to update the definition file manually, run the following command.
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