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havoc77

Internet Explorer 7

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:whistle: I know that I am totally asking for trouble here but...

Anyone have any luck (or desire) to slipstream IE7 into XP?

I have looked around the other posts and could not see it discussed anywhere else, so thought I would start a new topic.

Internet Explorer Administration Kit 7 has been released, but dont think that helps in any case.

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Hi Havoc77,

I believe it is not possible to slipstream IE 7 at the moment. I am installing this one unattended through the runonceex.cmd.

Greetings,

Bitfrotter

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I am installing this one unattended through the runonceex.cmd.

I'm just starting to think about IE7 and adding it my install CD, what switches do you use?

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What's wrong with using HFSLIP to do this?

The feature is now totally stable...

See special IE7 notes.

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@All,

If you start the IE7 executable with the /? option, you will see the help and the switches that can be used to install silently.

Personally I believe the tools such as HFSLIP, nLite and more, are very good to use but I am working for a large company and there we have to follow guidelines and to watch out for licensed stuff. That is the reason I have created a fully unattended DVD with apps but without the use of such tools as nLite or HFSLIP. I used all the information I found on this forum and on other Forums and was able to create a DVD that is fully updated with all Windows Updates and even IE7 en WMP 11.

Greetings,

Bitfrotter

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