Hi

I created the package for the IE 7.0 through the IEAK and the output was the .msi .But its still giving me the Interface. Is there a way to suppress the license agreement window and other windows?

Please help.
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AFAICR, the IEAK allows you to control those options.
Answered 07/30/2009 by: VBScab
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I did not find it :-(
Answered 07/30/2009 by: Star
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Seen this http://itninja.com/question/blackberry-3.6-must-run-setup.exe923&mpage=1&key=ç²³?
Answered 07/30/2009 by: VBScab
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as far as I remember you need to choose suppress mode (no UI) in IEAK, the license will be removed automatically
Answered 07/30/2009 by: patashnik
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You find it in stage 3 - 'User Experience' of the Corporate version of the IEAK 7

If you don't have the Corporate version then you don't get the options for the installation types.

Have the look at the Technet Library article

Hope this helps,

Dunnpy
Answered 07/30/2009 by: dunnpy
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I don't understand the reason to use the msi since it is just a wrapper. The resulting .exe build supports silent installation.
Answered 07/30/2009 by: joedown
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Keep in mind there's a bug (maybe it's only in the current version of IEAK or IE7) where if you completely suppress all dialogs (totally silent) and suppress the reboot, it reboots anyway. You need to make the dialogs minimal to get the reboot to suppress.
As stated above, just use the resultant EXE with no parameters. The MSI is only a wrapper for GPO deployments.
Answered 07/30/2009 by: turbokitty
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I will also add that IE8 is out and it's waaaaaaay better.
Answered 07/30/2009 by: turbokitty
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...and waaaaaaaaay too bleeding edge for any corporate deployment just yet.
Answered 07/30/2009 by: VBScab
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And I would like to say that the corporate IKEA 7 has an option to suppress the dialogs.

I found it under the stage 3 - 'User Experience' of the Corporate version of the IEAK 7

Thanks for the help
Answered 07/31/2009 by: Star
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And I would like to say that the corporate IKEA 7

Sells amazingly cheap furniture and homeware?
Answered 07/31/2009 by: dunnpy
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ORIGINAL: dunnpy

And I would like to say that the corporate IKEA 7

Sells amazingly cheap furniture and homeware?



Don't forget amazing sweedish meatballs.
Answered 08/03/2009 by: elgwhoppo
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I actually think IE8 is a much safer option than IE7. IE8 is a more open browser that renders pages better. There are compatibility tools that will prepare your internal pages and predict problems with your external ones.
IE7 is dead and should be skipped, much like Vista.
Answered 08/04/2009 by: turbokitty
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