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!
The lastest adm file should have the setting in it for runonce as pictured in the link below.
Last edited by noah; 2nd June 2008 at 01:13 PM.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
It is a useful policy I agree. You may also have to enable tabbed browsing too.
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.
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.
Thanks for your help. Found the policy in the adm template we require to stop the runonce and works a treat.
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