If I'm wrong, I'll be the first one to admit it.... (Really!)
But I think you're looking for something that does not exist.
I don't understand why or even how there could be a Version assigned to a Folder.
The date it was created, yes. Windows Explorer will show you that.
"That does not Compute!
" to quote "The Robot" from Lost in Space.
The fact that a program like, say, Ghost.exe can provide you with a version is actually written into the program itself. It's NOT a function of DOS or Windows.
When I actually do that with Ghost.exe (as an example), from a command prompt, I get all the Copyright info, the date the program was created and of course, the Version number.
But if that ability was not actually written into the program itself, I'd get some kind of error by trying to run the program with the /ver
Just for grins and giggles, I just did this from my ghost folder:Ghost /ver > C:\Ghostver.txt
And the resultant text file shows this:Symantec Ghost 8.3.0 (build=1331, cdrlib=3.1.31). Built on Nov 28 2005 17:37:37.
Copyright (C) 1998-2005 Symantec Corporation. All rights reserved.
But, the ability to divulge that information had to be written into the file itself.
Am I making any sense at all here?
Ok, I'll shut up now.
Y'all have a great day now, Y'hear?