Finding Build Numbers in Older Versions of Windows

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Finding Build Numbers in Older Versions of Windows

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Okay, I'm only asking this because I got tripped up today. I am currently retagging my Windows ISO's and out of curiousity, pulled out the WINNT32.exe from within a Windows NT 4.0 Workstation ISO and the file version showed 4.0.1375.1. Now I know that this is a final build because I ripped it from the original Windows NT 4.0 CD I have. What;s up with the 4.0.1375 number? Shouldn't the version be 1381? How else would I determine the build string (or just build no.) from the files without installing the OS to verify?
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Ckeck the ntoskrnl.exe...

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Daniel wrote:Ckeck the ntoskrnl.exe...
Thank you! Can't believe I didn't think of that!
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