10/05/2009 3073 views
Is there a way to install IE 7 with Kbox?
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Just like any other installation, it is a matter of working out the command line you need to automate the installation as you'd like it. For help getting there, look here: http://itninja.com/link/internet-explorer-administration-kit-–-ieak9,-ieak-8,-ieak-7-|-technet
Answered 10/05/2009 by: bkelly
Red Belt

Even better, IE7 and IE8 are both included in your patch feed as "Software Installers". These are automatic, silent, standalone installers which run on the patch schedule with all the reboot options available to patching.

Go to Security/Patching/Patch Listing and use the "View by..." pulldown next to the search box to look at "Software Installers". You can type "explorer" in the search field to narrow it down...there are lots of installers there.

If you don't see them, go to Security/Patching/Subscription Settings and uncheck the box under "Patch Listing Options" which says "Only Display Patches Enabled for Download".

Make sure that you also have the box "Include Software Installers" checked under Application Settings on the same page, as below:

Answered 10/07/2009 by: jkatkace
Purple Belt

Thanks for the info.
I have done some quick tests and it looks like it will work great.
Answered 10/08/2009 by: kdasanmartino
Second Degree Green Belt