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How to integrate Internet Explorer 8 Final

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Hello everyone.

I just downloaded internet explorer 8 final version (It's released today)

I want to integrate IE8 into my WinXP source, but there are no ways to integrate.

nLite supports up to beta2, HFSlip doesn't support IE8, and it can't integrate with command-line parameter (Like /integrate in hotfixes)

How can I integrate IE8 into my windows source ?

I know it is released today, but I hope i can integrate.

(Sorry,bad English)

Edit :

I found a way.But i haven't tested yet.

First extract the IE8 installation exe.

Then Click Start > Run and type this:

[IE8 Folder]\update\update.exe /integrate:[WinXP Source]

I hope this will work.

Edited by morning

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Hope it goes well (MS quote) -

Slipstream installation. This enables the deployment of Internet Explorer 8 and customizations as part of the Windows Vista operating system image, eliminating the need to install the browser separately. When Internet Explorer 8 is deployed in this way, it will behave as part of Windows Vista, thereby improving desktop consistency and manageability.
Let us know, ok? (seems like it should work...)

edit - if above is true (Vista having IE7?) may have to do IE7 first. :blink:

Anyone else?

Edited by submix8c

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I get "Extracted packages cannot be integrated. The /integrate switch must be used with the original software update package." error when I try that :(

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From Microsoft:

Slipstreaming Internet Explorer 8 is only supported in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 do not currently offer a solution for slipstreaming Windows components, which are built using update.exe.

So you cannot slipstream using update.exe in XP.

Links:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/internet-...ess/it-pro.aspx

http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2008/06/2...eaming-ie8.aspx

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You could give this switch a try

IE8-WindowsXP-x86-ENU.exe /quiet /update-no /norestart

or for more switches, open cmd box and type: IE8-WindowsXP-x86-ENU.exe /help

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You could give this switch a try

IE8-WindowsXP-x86-ENU.exe /quiet /update-no /norestart

or for more switches, open cmd box and type: IE8-WindowsXP-x86-ENU.exe /help

That's what I used successfully during RunOnceEx. Exactly the same as with IE7.

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Sooo, bottom line - no "direct integration". Only solution is during install via (see post above). :thumbup

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As a german user, I really give a BIG THX to Sereby,

who created a Slipstream-IE8-Addon - but only for german XP, sorry.

Maybe the folks here come out with an english addon soon.

Thread @ German-nLite

Edited by g-force

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Hi I think that he mean IE8 to XP.

I wonder how to does this?

nLite can not do it

there must exist something ways to do it on, I think

How does man that Sereby’s addon?

Thought do a swedish IE8-addon.

But know not how i'll do

Excuse my bad english

//Sven

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