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    Internet Explorer 7 IE 7 ADM Files HELP runonce

    I've just installed SP3 and IE7 and I desprately need the latest ADM files for IE7.

    Tried downloading them from microsoft to find they are not uptodate. Oct 03 2006!

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

    The lastest adm file should have the setting in it for runonce as pictured in the link below.

    www.mattbrindley.com/images/ie7runonce1.gif

    Any ideas?
    Last edited by noah; 2nd June 2008 at 01:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noser View Post
    I've just installed SP3 and IE7 and I desprately need the latest ADM files for IE7.

    Tried downloading them from microsoft to find they are not uptodate. Oct 03 2006!

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

    The lastest adm file should have the setting in it for runonce as pictured in the link below.

    www.mattbrindley.com/images/ie7runonce1.gif

    Any ideas?
    Pretty certain iirc the adm file is stored on the client in Windows\INF

    You then add it in AD and replace the older version.

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    I've created a guide you may find useful.

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    Latest ADM FILES FOR IE7

    Your right they are stored in the inf folder but still old adm files 03/10/06.

    We need the latest as pictured. On the MS website it says the date of the ADM file is 10/04/07 but then when you download and properties the file it is the old version. 03/10/06.

    Thanks

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    Right, from memory the MSI extracts the updated ADM into the Program Files directory. You need to move it from here and overwrite the existing intres.adm in C:\Windows\Inf

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    Thanks, I know where the files are extracted from the MSI but the date of the file properties is still 03/10/06 which is the old ADM file. Looks like microsoft has got there link wrong as on their web page it says 10/04/07.

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    You're right about the date. The main thing you'll find about the IE7 intres.adm file, is that it's much larger than the IE6 one. This is because there are a lot more policies to tweak.

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    Latest ADM File for IE7

    Thanks for your help - I need to disable the runonce setting as seen in the following link

    http://www.mattbrindley.com/images/ie7runonce1.gif but can't find in the 03/10/06 adm template. Seems strange to me the IE7 adm templete seems so old.

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    It is a useful policy I agree. You may also have to enable tabbed browsing too.

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    ADM Template for IE7

    I agree it would a useful policy but I'm unable to find it in the 04/10/06 ADM template. Any help on where I can find an up-to-date adm template with the runonce policy in it would be very helpful.

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    Once you've copied the file into C:\Windows\Inf, open up Active Directory and select the relevant OU.

    Under User Configuration, right click Administrative Templates > Add/Remove Templates

    Make sure the Intres.adm is the correct version, if not, click Add.

    Then navigate to User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Internet Explorer

    All the policies will be in here. If they're not, then you definitely need to import the file.

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    Thanks for your help. Found the policy in the adm template we require to stop the runonce and works a treat.

    Regards,



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