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How do I list out all Exchange updates installed from PowerShell or CMD?

Hello all,
I'm looking for a way to list out all (or the latest) Exchange installed security updates (can be found in Programs and Features>Installed Updates) via PowerShell or CMD.

I tried running these commands below but none of them showed me my desired output:
DISM /online /Get-Packages
gcm ExSetup.exe | %{$_.FileVersionInfo}
wmic qfe list brief
Get-Hotfix

Appreciate if anyone could point me out to the correct direction.

Thank you in advance

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KyleXu-MSFT answered ·

@Puteih-4493

Here are detailed information about it:
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Thank you Kyle! I missed the version number that you boxed in red.

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Thank you Andy! I believe the command that you gave is similar to this one as well:

gcm ExSetup.exe | %{$_.FileVersionInfo}

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