One way is to go to c:program filescommon filessystemado and check the version of msado15.dll (right click and pull the menu down to properties). If the file is somewhere else, you can simply do a find files or folders for it. Hopefully, you don't have multiple copies.
Derek's way works.<BR><BR>You can find out programatically thus:<BR><BR><%<BR>Set conn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")<BR>Respons e.Write "ADODB version is " & conn.version & "<P>"<BR>%><BR><BR>
It's not clear to me why anyone would want to do it in code, unless you are trying to sell an ASP application that only runs on version 2.5 or newer or something like that.<BR><BR>Seems to me that, for a single installation, just looking at the DLL version is fine. <BR><BR>So I don't think that qualifies as a brain-fart, at all, Derek. And definitely not a serious one.<BR><BR>