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Internet Explorer 11 - IEAK

01/25/2017 1550 views
I have used Internet Explorer Customization Wizard 11 to build my own custom IE. Selected things like quiet installation and no reboot. This then provides me with the .exe and msi and a ini files ect. I want this to deploy as a managed installation in KACE.

I have tried putting the set-up files into a zip with an install.bat calling either the .exe or the .msi and this just reboots the client and is not quiet. I have then also tried adding the switches msiexec /i IE11-Setup-Full.exe\msi -norestart -quiet. But this appears as a syntax error and shows me the msiexec commands.

Ideally I want to set-up my IE deployment via the IEAK tool with all the settings I have selected within the application.

Any advice?
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What? Wah?

Try this

msiexec /I IE11-Setup-Full.msi REBOOT=REALLYSUPPRESS /QB

After you know it works you this switch below to suppress the dialog.

msiexec /I IE11-Setup-Full.msi REBOOT=REALLYSUPPRESS /QN
Answered 01/25/2017 by: rileyz
Red Belt

  • Thanks for the advice, This works but it just automatically reboots at the end of the install
    • Even with the REBOOT=REALLYSUPPRESS
      ?

      install it again and add this switch at the end to log
      /l*vx C:\IE11.log

      After installing with switches above, check the log for 3010 - this is the code for reboot required but not actioned. KACE should hopefully respect this?

      Another way around this issue is to install with a batch file catch the exit code but return zero.

      See this link
      http://pastebin.com/nd6sCB0Z
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you should reboot it first or may try any manual method
Answered 01/29/2017 by: jonsnow
Green Belt

 
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