Microsoft has released I.E Fix which is available by clicking Fix It. We would like to deploy this via KACE if possible.

Any recommendation or if anyone has done it as yet?



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The two fixit files are MSI's so you should be to do a silent install using msiexec


Answered 09/20/2012 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • MicrosoftFixit50938.msi and MicrosoftFixit50939.msi
    • Do you create two instances of deployment or can you run one after the other? How are you doing it at your end?
  • I just ran this in my test environment.

    Install MicrosoftFixit50939.msi on a test system and force a check in. The fix will show up as CVE-2012-4969 in normal software inventory.

    Upload the MSI to the software inventory item that was just created.

    Create a MI, use the software inventory item for CVE-2012-4969.

    Use the default installation command with the parameter /qn.
  • Hi Jknox.. dont you install MicrosoftFixit50938.msi as well?

    and does it only work on 32 bits or 64 as well? Very unclear statement from Microsoft.
    • No, just the enable.
  • Dont you require both?
  • just 50939 38 removes it
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The actual patch should be available in the patch feed 48 hours after release as well.

Answered 09/20/2012 by: jknox
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Hello, would you know when this update be available in wsus?


Answered 09/20/2012 by: SnowLyric
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  • It's supposed to be available tomorrow for WSUS.
  • Thanks for the info.
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