Check Office Web Apps version

Wrote this REALLY simple script to prompt you for your OWAS FQDN, attempt a connectionn and check the version of OWAS installed.You can then take this and compare it to my list of versions here and see if you need to update/patch!http://blog.chrislehr.com/2015/01/office-web-apps-

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Version Name Translation Switch
    2 Posts | Last post July 27, 2015
    • Thanks!
      I thought to add a switch to 'translate' the version No., worked nice :)
      
      $OWASVersionNo = "N/A"
      $OWASVersionName = "N/A"
      $OWASVersionNo = $x.Headers["X-OfficeVersion"]
      Switch ($OWASVersionNo) {
      "15.0.4420.1007" {$OWASVersionName = "RTM"}
      "15.0.4481.1005" {$OWASVersionName = "March 2013 Public Update (1)"}
      "15.0.4481.1508" {$OWASVersionName = "April 2013 Update"}
      "15.0.4535.1000" {$OWASVersionName = "August 2013 Hotfix"}
      "15.0.4551.1003" {$OWASVersionName = "October 2013 Cumulative Update (2)"}
      "15.0.4551.1005" {$OWASVersionName = "November 2013 Update (3)"}
      "15.0.4551.1508" {$OWASVersionName = "December 2013 Hotfix"}
      "15.0.4551.1515" {$OWASVersionName = "January 2014 Security Update"}
      "15.0.4569.1001" {$OWASVersionName = "Service Pack 1 Preview"}
      "15.0.4569.1506" {$OWASVersionName = "Service Pack 1"}
      "15.0.4571.1502" {$OWASVersionName = "Service Pack 1 - Rerelease"}
      "15.0.4605.1001" {$OWASVersionName = "April 2014 Public Update"}
      "15.0.4615.1001" {$OWASVersionName = "May 2014 Public Update"}
      "15.0.4623.1001" {$OWASVersionName = "June 2014 Cumulative Update"}
      "15.0.4631.1000" {$OWASVersionName = "July 2014 Cumulative Update"}
      "15.0.4675.1000" {$OWASVersionName = "August 2014 Cumulative Update"}
      "15.0.4693.1000" {$OWASVersionName = "January 2015 Cumulative Update"}
      "15.0.4693.1001" {$OWASVersionName = "February 2015 Cumulative Update"}
      "15.0.4701.1000" {$OWASVersionName = "March 2015 Cumulative Update"}
      "15.0.4711.1002" {$OWASVersionName = "April 2015 Cumulative Update"}
      "15.0.4719.1002" {$OWASVersionName = "May 2015 Security Update"}
      "15.0.4737.1000" {$OWASVersionName = "July 2015 Cumulative Update"}
      }
      
      Write-Host "OWAS Version Number: "$OWASVersionNo -ForegroundColor Green
      Write-Host "OWAS Version Name: "$OWASVersionName -ForegroundColor Green
      
      Write-Host "For Updated Versions List: http://blog.chrislehr.com/2015/01/office-web-apps-server-2013-updates-and.html" -ForegroundColor Green
      
    • Hah!   Awesome idea for an addition.  Thanks!  I will add this in the next update.