These properties refer to the target operating system:
|Set if the user has Administrator privileges.
|Set to the computer name of the target machine.
|Set to the version of the "fusion.dll" file on systems which support common language run-time assemblies.
|Set to the Windows type (workstation, domain controller or server).
|Set if Microsoft BackOffice components are installed
|Set if Windows Datacenter Server is installed.
|Set if Windows Advanced Server is installed.
|Set if the operating system is Workstation Personal (not Professional).
|Set if Microsoft Small Business Server is installed.
|Set if Microsoft Small Business Server is installed with the restrictive client license.
|Set to the version of the "sxs.dll" file on systems which support Win32 assemblies.
|Set if the system performing the installation supports Isolated Components.
|Set when the system is a remote administration server running the Terminal Server role service.
|Set to version number of the operating system service pack.
|Set to the minor version number of the operating system service pack.
|Set when the system is operating as Shared Windows.
|Set if the shell supports feature advertising.
|Set to the default language identifier for the system.
|Set when the system is a server running the Terminal Server role service.
|Indicates if the operating system supports using .ttc (true type font collections) files.
|Set to the Windows version number (only on Windows 95 and 98).
|Set to the Windows version number (only on Windows NT and higher).
|Set to the Windows 64-bit version number (only on 64-bit machines).
|Set to the Windows build number.