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You can run SELECT SERVERPROPERTY('edition') in a query window. Your output will be something like: Standard Edition (64-bit) or Web Edition (64-bit). More info: MSDN.
Run SELECT @@VERSION; in a query window, with results to text. You will see something like this (minor details will vary) in the Messages pane: Microsoft SQL Server 2014 - 12.0.2402.0 (X64) Aug 13 2014 11:36:34 Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation Developer Edition (64-bit) on Windows NT 6.4 <X64> (Build 9841: ) ----^^^^^^^^^ edition will ...
I am adding this answer as it could be helpful and related to Inplace upgarde First you need to check using the link Thomas gave whether inplace upgarde you are doing is supported or not. After you are sure you meet the upgrade matrix you can proceed with two considerations If you are upgrading from enterprise evaluation edition to enterprise you do not ...
Do you mean upgrade from Evaluation to the full Enterprise? If so, then yes that is supported. Take a look at the link here on BOL to show supported edition upgrades (scroll towards the bottom, it has SQL Server 2014 upgrades between editions and what's possible).
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