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    Is there a way to deploy this? MSI anyone?

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    I don't there is at the moment, the only way I have installed IE 10 was using an update, as it brigns it down with windows update aswel. I have found it quite slow to use on Windows 7 machines. I think it is built specifically for touch screens and Windows 8.

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    I commented early on in this thread about IE10.

    Having used it for a few weeks I am less impressed with it now!

    Some web sites simply don't work with IE10 and I have found myself popping open Chrome to be able to do what I need to do.

    Maybe it works better with Windows 8, but I am not so sure about Win 7!!!

    Andrew

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    Is there a way to deploy this? MSI anyone?
    The IEAK can create an MSI. Alternatively, you could import the package into WSUS by opening the WSUS console, right clicking on the server and going to Import Updates. It'll open the Microsoft Update Catalog website in your default browser (you may need to change it to IE to make this work). Search for KB2718695, add the versions that you want to your basket, click View Basket, make sure that the Import box is ticked and press the import button.

    You'll probably need to approve the update and download it too but assuming you have update rollups set up to deploy via WSUS you should be hot to trot.

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    Careful with customising settings using the IEK, this can break policies applied by GPO etc.

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    Two things IE 10 does have over the competition is great touch support and better DPI scaling (not perfect by any means).

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    Is there a way to deploy this? MSI anyone?
    You can add it to WSUS via the Windows update catalog

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