The Internet Explorer Administration Kit 8 has just been released by Microsoft. The IEAK has been designed to simply the deployment, management and customization of Internet Explorer installations in computer networks and distribution channels. It can be used to create custom installations of Internet Explorer that are accessible right after deployment. The Internet Explorer Administration Kit 8 is available in 24 different languages from the Microsoft Technet website.
System administrators can download the kit from the website which also provides access to an online help and other documentation to aid these administrators customize the Internet Explorer experience. To outline some of the customization that is possible with the Internet Explorer Administration Kit 8:
Administrators can use it to install custom components, select the language, search provider, homepage and support urls, install favorites or feeds, configure connection settings, change privacy, security and proxy settings or customize other features of Internet Explorer.
Detailed information about the various options are provided on the What Internet Explorer Administration Kit Can Do For You page on the Microsoft website. Microsoft has also released documentation and a IEAK 8 deployment guide to get administrators and technicians started.Advertisement
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