I am using windows_os_name to determine what host OS I am installing on. When I run my installer on a Windows 2016 system, I see: windows_os_name: Windows 2012 windows_os_version_number: 6.2 Those are the same values I see on a Windows 2012 R2 server. How can I differentiate between the 2?

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InstallBuilder version 17.1 will have support for Windows Server 2016, and will be released by the end of January 2017.

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answered 23 Jan, 06:57

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My current license contains: majorVersion 16 minorVersion 1 I assume I'll have to get a new license for version 17.1?

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InstallBuilder 17 with Windows Server 2016 support has just been released and a license includes one year of support and updates to any new major or minor release. If you purchased your license less then one year ago you can download the latest release. If your license has expired less then a month ago you can renew the license for 50% of the original price.

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