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Having a Tough Time With IEAK? Check out this WebCast

Having a Tough Time With IEAK? Check out this WebCast

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Sep 26, 2001


Christopher Rice

    Hello again everyone.  I know that I have been slacking a little lately in my article output, but you'll have to bear with me.  Life has been hectic.

Hello again everyone. I know that I have been slacking a little lately in my article output, but you'll have to bear with me. Life has been hectic. Anyway, while doing a little research on the new IEAK tool and how it is going to work with deployments of Windows 2000 (it did well through SMS), I stumbled across an interesting web cast that I though you all might be interested in.

 

    Anyway, while doing a little research on the new IEAK tool and how it is going to work with deployments of Windows 2000 (it did well through SMS), I stumbled across an interesting web cast that I though you all might be interested in.

    Support WebCast: Administrating Microsoft Internet Explorer on Windows 2000

   This session will explain how to use the IEAK to configure Internet Explorer during an unattended installation of Windows 2000. This session will also cover applying Internet Explorer customizations and polices using the Group Policy object in Windows 2000.

 

   This session is being given by Andre Quesnell, who specializes in IE and the IEAK.  He is currently working on IE6.

    Here is the link to the page for more information:

    IEAK WEB CAST

  

     Let me know what you think.

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