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Currently in the process of deploying IE9 to about 1000 users as a software update. 400 of these users are reporting a status of 'update not required'. The other 60% are reporting required and have installed IE9 correctly. Workstations are all standard running the following: Windows 7 x64 Internet Explorer 8 What might be worth noting is that we only release security / critical software updates, regular windows updates are not deployed so we're missing about 30 or so. Any help would be great.
Hi, We're trying to install IE9 as part of our OSD. This is software deployment step within the OSD TS as the original Windows 7 capture has IE8. When deploying a customised MSI (using the IEAK9) the installation completes fine however when the first user for the new machine comes to try logging on the following error is displayed: The User Profile Service service failed to start. The error is due to the following file located within the default user profile either being unreadable not accessable - C:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\SQM\iesqmdata_setup0.aqm Deleting the above file resolves the problem, similary changing the permissions the file also fixes the problem. Can anyone explain why this is happening and what resolution i can try? (I want to try to resolve the issue rather than adding a step to delete the file) This occurs on both x32 and x64 environments. I've also experienced the issue when deploying the same package to an existing Windows 7 machine that's already in use by a user. After the installation and reboot, the existing user can log on however no new users would be able to. Deploying an uncustomised IE does not cause this problem. Thanks, Doug