I would run an SQL query from the CLI of the CuCM, the DEVICE table stores the time the phone finished it’s last upgrade.
run sql select d.name, dp.name, upgradefinishtime FROM device d inner join devicepool dp on d.fkdevicepool = dp.pkid where d.name like "SEP%"
If I really wanted to see the version of code the phone is running then using the web server built into the phone is the only method I am aware of.
If you need to interrogate the phones web server to check the load I have a prerelease ‘Serial Number Scanner’ goes to every phone in a device pool and grabs the serial number, DN, firmware version and a few other interesting items.
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