I don't know that you're going to get a lot of responses, but in general, most businesses probably have a variety of versions installed, based on their versions of Windows and software like Exchange which is tied to a specific version. I'll note that v2 is pretty horrifically old, though. Like, 8 years.
Hi, thanks for your replies guys.
v2 is super old and i want to have at least v3.0 on as many machines as possible. Considering it took me a year to convince
my colleagues to start using powershell instead of vb-script im guessing i have to spend another year to achieve this.
Citing Don: If you can't change your company, change company.
Many companies have technical debt. And this is mostly due to admins. I know that there are other factors like money and incompatibilities, but there is enough room to improve the infrastructure. If it took you one year to convince your colleagues to use PowerShell, then it's a indicator that you're not on the right spot. Do yourself a favor, and look for a place where you can be innovative and productive. Looks to me you're trapped inside a company of the past.