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    *shrug* I don't test/test/test chrome updates :P

    With IE updates tho, I tend to deploy to a bunch of machines in stages, i.e the staff workroom and one or two computer labs. Leave it a week or two then deploy it everywhere. It honestly doesn't bother me nowadays - Worst case I just undeploy it on the machines that have software that has issues with it (usually SIMS)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryTechnician View Post
    All we know for certain is that there won't be a fix for 2003.

    There's actually been no announcement that there will be a fix for 2010, it's just an assumption that they will fix it at some point. 2007 and 2010 are still supported products, so it's reasonable to expect there will be a fix in the next cumulative update.
    Update Rollup 3 for Exchange 2010 SP3 now fixes the OWA Premium issue on IE 11. Can't load OWA Premium by using Internet Explorer 11 in an Exchange Server environment

    Just Exchange 2007 SP3 to go now!

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    It's on Windows update catalog now if you want to import it manually.

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    Heads up - IE11 is now on WSUS on page 2

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    I may do that once they fix the OWA issue for Exchange 2007 SP3 and when I hear back from the SWGfL regarding staff proxy.

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    When you import the Update Rollups, they're Not Approved by default, but I would recommend you search and decline the update in WSUS for the time being.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    When you import the Update Rollups, they're Not Approved by default, but I would recommend you search and decline the update in WSUS for the time being.
    The latest update rollup for Exchange 2007 SP3 is 11, which we have already installed and does not contain the fix for the user agent string. I am hoping that MS release update rollup 12 soon, and that it contains that fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhoward_westexetc View Post
    I may do that once they fix the OWA issue for Exchange 2007 SP3 and when I hear back from the SWGfL regarding staff proxy.
    Have a look at this

    Link to the MS KB article.



    Can't load OWA Premium by using Internet Explorer 11 in an Exchange Server environment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark182 View Post
    Thanks @Mark182, but I have already seen this. I am hoping that they will actually change OWA in Exchange 2007 SP3 instead of relying on compatibility mode. I could do compatibility mode though if push came to shove.
    Last edited by dhoward_westexetc; 27th November 2013 at 02:57 PM. Reason: Changed last sentence

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    Ah no worries

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    Thanks for the thought all the same. I will keep an eye on that KB article and the Exchange Team Blog, so if I see something I will post on here.
    Last edited by dhoward_westexetc; 27th November 2013 at 03:00 PM. Reason: changed 2nd sentence, improved

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhoward_westexetc View Post
    The latest update rollup for Exchange 2007 SP3 is 11, which we have already installed and does not contain the fix for the user agent string. I am hoping that MS release update rollup 12 soon, and that it contains that fix.
    I think your options are either block IE11 via WSUS or deploy IE11 with the hassle of setting Compatibility View settings. As far as I know, you cannot deploy an exclusion list of URLs via GPO or GPP, as you can say the popup blocker for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    I think your options are either block IE11 via WSUS or deploy IE11 with the hassle of setting Compatibility View settings. As far as I know, you cannot deploy an exclusion list of URLs via GPO or GPP, as you can say the popup blocker for example.
    This is another reason why I like SCCM - you control what can and cannot be sent out to client machines. Especially when you combine it with a GPO to disable users going to Windows Update as well, thereby forcing them to get their updates from SCCM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    As far as I know, you cannot deploy an exclusion list of URLs via GPO or GPP, as you can say the popup blocker for example.
    There's a GPO called Use Policy List of Quirks Mode sites which can force IE11 to use IE7's user agent string.

    Before
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    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko
    After
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    Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; Trident/7.0; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; SLCC2; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 3.0.30729; Media Center PC 6.0; .NET4.0C; .NET4.0E; Tablet PC 2.0; InfoPath.3)

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    Thanks Arthur, I've never looked at that policy properly. It's still not clear whether it'd work with Exchange 2013, as it runs in IE7 Compatibility Mode essentially.

    It would be nice if Microsoft allowed us to specify the version of IE when specifying Compatibility Mode. IE7 may be too old, but IE9 or IE10 would most probably work.

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