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The Windows® 7 operating system and its default browser, Windows® Internet Explorer® 8, offer many exciting new features and benefits. However, organizations may find that some of the older applications they rely on are not yet functional or supported in the new Windows 7 operating system. Microsoft provides several alternate ways to create a virtual operating environment on which you can run earlier versions of Internet Explorer. This white paper provides information to help you select the virtualization alternative that is appropriate for your organization.

 

 

System Requirements

 

* Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7

 

For your convenience, this document has been provided in both Microsoft XML Paper Specification (XPS) format and Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). Please ensure you have installed the appropriate viewer for the format you choose to download.

 

 

Instructions

 

Download this document to learn about Internet Explorer virtualization alternatives that are appropriate for your organization.

 

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=495934c8-5684-451c-a16e-5ceb50706a42#QuickInfoContainer

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Do we know of a way to AppV IE7?

 

I've read all the legalities of it but it's somthing I think M$ are being really stubborn about not to want to allow/support this....

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