what is the Powershell command to get the iText version?

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  1. what is the Powershell command to get the iText version ?
  2. Actually, i would like to extract the iText License Dates in my Powershell script, so what will be needed?

Kindly help as i am new to Powershell

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@sarveshd 

To get the version of any exe, use the following command, (I will use Explorer.exe as a demo)

 

Get-Item C:\windows\explorer.exe | select versioninfo -ExpandProperty versioninfo | ft -AutoSize

 

for the license date, I will need to install the app and try, but usually such information are encrypted by the application.