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Report on Internet Explorer 11

11/13/2013 8843 views

Has anyone be able to create a report to Identify if Internet Explorer 11 has been installed using the k1000 ?  Also has anyone been able to create a script, managed install, etc... to have it un-installed silently.  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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See this post for a couple of strategies that will help you:



Answered 11/14/2013 by: chucksteel
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  • Thanks Chucksteel for the advice.

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I found an answer to this one. Create a new report using the settings below.
Title and Topic
- Category = Computer Inventory
- Topic
    -Patch Detects and Deployments
you can check either of the two checkmarks below this later after you see what the report looks like to further filter the results. For me I left them blank to see items that did not have the IE 11 update.

Fields to Display
- Device
    -I ticked system name only but tick what you want.
- User Information
    -User Logged
- Patch Detect and Deployment Information
    -Patch Title
- Patch
Column Order
switch the order to your preference. For me I left it as is.
Sort and Breaks
Set this up to display what you want. For me I left it as is because it was how I wanted it displayed.
    - Device(no filters used)
    - Patch Detects and Deployments
        -Patch Title contains MS 2841134 Internet Explorer 11.0(if you used a different install. Find out the name of the install and KB from the microsoft page for IE and then put that here)
    -Patch contains MS 2841134 Internet Explorer 11.0

Save everything and run the report in HTML or your preference. Tweak as needed.

Answered 01/26/2016 by: wbatzle@gmail.com
White Belt


To identify if IE 11 is installed, I created the following Custom Inventory Rule. It works:


RegistryValueGreaterThan(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer, svcVersion, 11) AND RegistryValueLessThan(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer, svcVersion, 12)

Answered 12/04/2013 by: rockhead44
Red Belt

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