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IE Program Shortcut to a specfic webpage (Push through KACE)

06/06/2017 2013 views
We have pushed out a web shortcut through KACE - the issue is that it relies on the default browser settings - what i do manually for users that want to keep Chrome or Firefox as default is, create a customer IE browser shortcut - where i edit the the shortcut properties and add the website to the end of the Target path,
(i.e. "C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe" http://www.itninja.com)
this would make this IE shortcut open directly to the itninja page without setting as a home page or using the default browser.
What I would like to do instead of just pushing a web shortcut that relies on the default browser setting, i would like to push out a IE browser shortcut customized for a specific website so that it opens to that page using IE.
Does anyone any any suggestions as to how i could accomplish this - going off the assumption that all the windows computers we are pushing to have IE installed.

Any thought or suggestions are greatly appreciated. thanks
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Option a, use the Desktop shortcut wizard under Scripting, Configuration Policies. This will create a script that will create the shortcut using the specified parameters.

Option b, create the shortcut on your computer, compress it in a zip file, and distribute the zip file with the K1000 through a script or file sync.

Answered 06/06/2017 by: chucksteel
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  • Thanks for the reply i will give those a try.
  • Option B WORKED!! going to test the Option A as well but thank you for the assist!!!
 
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