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    Exclamation IE9 Icon missing for non-admins

    As part of our Windows 7 rollout we have deployed IE9 (using sccm). When a normal member of staff logs on the icon for IE9 is missing and IE9 refuses to load. If you log on as an administrator, log off and back on as a normal user, the icon appears and IE9 runs normally.

    Any ideas why? With a nearly 1000 machines i don't want to visit every machine and logon as an administrator to get IE9 to work!

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    we also use sccm to deploy windows 7 but we let IE9 go out through wsus and havent had any problems.

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    Have you got the "welcome" wizard thing disabled via GPO?
    I cant remember the setting exactly.

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    when you say the icon is "missing" do you mean missing completely or is there but not showing correctly? we did have a issue with the IE9 icon in the taskbar missing but that we because of theme related issues.

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    You could use 2008 R2's GPP to deploy shortcuts to the Public > Public Desktop folder on each client.

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    I probably should have posted to say i'd fixed it..... I guess I forgot!

    The answer is here: Deploying IE9 with SCCM OSD Task Sequence

    4th post from the bottom. I added a step in SCCM to run the following command which fixes the problem.

    reg.exe DELETE "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components" /v "NoIE4StubProcessing" /f



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