Out Now: IEAK for IE9

The Internet Explorer Administration Kit for IE9 has just been released to the public. One of the cool things that this tool can do is make a silent MSI for installing IE9 which is very handy if you are going to deploy it via Group Policy. For Instructions for deploying software via Group Policy see …

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How to enable Group Policy Preferences support for IE9

I have previously talked about the new  Group Policy for IE9 ,however I mention that one of the issues was that there is currently no “official” support of Group Policy Preferences… Unfortunately there is still no “official” support but it is now possible if you do some really easy XML editing… Mark Heitbrink (fellow Group …

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9 reasons to install IE9 on your Servers

Microsoft have just released Internet Explorer 9 to the web and so Windows users around the world will now be truly able to enjoy the “Beauty of the Web”. While IE9’s hardware acceleration and new un-cluttered UI is really enjoyable for consumers this browser also has a number of new features that makes it very …

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Internet Explorer 9 Group Policy Settings

Well the wait is over and Microsoft today released the final version of Internet Explorer 9 to the web at http://windows.microsoft.com/ie/ . Since the release of the IE9 Release Candidate there have been a few more Group Policy added (see Internet Explorer 9 (RC) Group Policy Settings) so below is an updated list of each …

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Installing IE9 on Windows 7 Service Pack 1 doesn’t require a reboot

Update: Now that I have installed the final version of IE9 on 6 computers 2 of them needed to rebook so it would seem that it may or may not require a reboot. This seems to be dependent on what application you are running at the time. Therefore it would still be prudent to plan …

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