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Guys,

 

Wondering if anyone can help me out, i've been working on this for a few days now and i haven't made any progress.

 

we are testing IE 11 with enterprise mode on windows 7 sp1 machines currently have IE8 installed.

 

these are the steps im trying to achieve

 

1) Install Prerequisites KB2834140, KB2670838, KB2639308, KB2533623, KB2731771, KB2729094, KB2786081, KB2888049, KB2882822

2) Reboot

3) Install IE11-Setup-Full.exe ( IEAK)

4)Reboot

5)Install KB2929437 (for enterprise mode)

6)Reboot

7)install IE11 ADMX templates ( we had issues where everytime we opened up local gpedit.msc it gave us an error message so this replaces the current ones from sysvol. we also noticed the enterprise policy wasnt being set, even though its been set in AGMP)

 

ive tried both Application and Package method using Batch Files, both ways don't work. Has anyone successfully deployed IE 11 with enterprise mode enabled ?.

 

any help would be appreciated thank you

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We deployed the IE11 simply with SUP. The enterprise mode is being activated with group policies and the settings fror enterprise mode are stored on a network share.

If you want reboots between your installation steps, the only manageable way i can think off, is to use a task sequence.

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We deployed the IE11 simply with SUP. The enterprise mode is being activated with group policies and the settings fror enterprise mode are stored on a network share.

If you want reboots between your installation steps, the only manageable way i can think off, is to use a task sequence.

I tried searching for the updates using SUP but wasnt able to find the KB Prerequisites as this was my first choice of deployment. any reason why im not able to see the KB files. we are only deploying Security and Critical updates for windows only in our environment using sccm 2012 r2 cu3.

 

on the other hand ive managed to automate the process off installing the Prerequisites and IE11 with three reboots using a combination of batch files and runonce registry keys but the problem now is the Disclaimer prevents the autologon.

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Here are the categories for the prereqs. The obsoletes are not available/needed anymore.

 

KB2834140 Updates
KB2670838 Feature Packs
KB2639308 -obsolete-
KB2533623 -obsolete-
KB2731771 -obsolete-
KB2729094 Updates
KB2786081 Security Updates
KB2888049 Updates
KB2882822 Updates

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Here are the categories for the prereqs. The obsoletes are not available/needed anymore.

 

KB2834140 Updates

KB2670838 Feature Packs

KB2639308 -obsolete-

KB2533623 -obsolete-

KB2731771 -obsolete-

KB2729094 Updates

KB2786081 Security Updates

KB2888049 Updates

KB2882822 Updates

 

 

 

Thank you very much for your response i will reply back on how i get on.

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Guys,

 

Wondering if anyone can help me out, i've been working on this for a few days now and i haven't made any progress.

 

we are testing IE 11 with enterprise mode on windows 7 sp1 machines currently have IE8 installed.

 

these are the steps im trying to achieve

 

1) Install Prerequisites KB2834140, KB2670838, KB2639308, KB2533623, KB2731771, KB2729094, KB2786081, KB2888049, KB2882822

2) Reboot

3) Install IE11-Setup-Full.exe ( IEAK)

4)Reboot

5)Install KB2929437 (for enterprise mode)

6)Reboot

7)install IE11 ADMX templates ( we had issues where everytime we opened up local gpedit.msc it gave us an error message so this replaces the current ones from sysvol. we also noticed the enterprise policy wasnt being set, even though its been set in AGMP)

 

ive tried both Application and Package method using Batch Files, both ways don't work. Has anyone successfully deployed IE 11 with enterprise mode enabled ?.

 

any help would be appreciated thank you

 

 

Microsoft IE11-Windows6.1-KB3104002-x64 11 En

 

 

GPO fix use

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