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Internet Explorer 9 Preinstallation Techniques

This document provides information and instructions necessary for IT Professionals to preinstall the Windows® Internet Explorer®  9 Internet browser, as well as any additional Internet components on Windows  7, or Windows Server  2008. Also, this document provides a list of unattend settings that can be used to automate configuration and deployment of Internet Explorer 9.

Preinstalling Internet Explorer 9 on Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2

You can preinstall Internet Explorer 9 on Windows 7 by slipstreaming Internet Explorer 9 into the operating-system image.

  1. Install the Windows Automated Installation Kit (Windows AIK) that matches your local computer configuration.

  2. Copy the .wim file that contains Windows 7 to a location on your local drive. For example, C:\Slipstreaming\Win7x86ENU\install.wim.

  3. Create a folder for the mounted image. For example: C:\Slipstreaming\Mount.

  4. Download Internet Explorer 9 and put it in a directory in the C:\Slipstreaming directory. For example, C:\Slipstreaming\IE9-Windows7-x86-enu.exe

  5. Open a Command Prompt window and extract the cabinet (.cab) file from the Internet Explorer setup executable, by typing:

    <Path_to_IE90_Setup> /x:<CAB_File_Location>

    where Path_to_IE90_Setup is the location of your Internet Explorer 9 setup executable and the CAB_File_Location where to store the extracted .cab file.

    For example: C:\Slipstreaming\IE9-Windows7-x86-enu.exe /x:C:\Slipstreaming\IE9Win7x86ENU

    ImportantImportant
    You cannot extract the x64-based Internet Explorer cabinet files on an x86-based computer. Instead, you must extract the cabinet files on an x64-based computer. However, you can, extract the x86-based Internet Explorer cabinet files on either an x86-based or x64-based computer.

  6. Open an elevated command prompt to run the Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) tool. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Windows AIK, right-click Deployment Tools Command Prompt, and then select Run as administrator.

  7. Mount your Windows 7 offline image, by using the following command-line text:

    Dism /Mount-Wim /WimFile:<Filepath> /index:<Index_Number> /MountDir:<Mount_Location>

    where <Filepath> is the full path of your Windows image, <Index_Number> is a numeric value for the operating-system image indexed in the .wim file, and <Mount_Location> is the location where you want to store the mounted image.

    For example: Dism /Mount-Wim /WimFile: C:\Slipstreaming\Win7x86ENU\install.wim /index:1 /MountDir:C:\Slipstreaming\Mount

    ImportantImportant
    If you are not sure of your operating-system index number, you can type the following text into a Command Prompt window to retrieve the index number for the image that you want to modify: Dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:<path_to_wim> For example: Dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:C:\Slipstreaming\Win7x86ENU\install.wim

  8. Download the Internet Explorer prerequisite files for Windows 7 and Windows Server® 2008 R2 into a directory within the C:\Slipstreaming directory, for example C:\Slipstreaming\Prereqs.

    • For Windows 7, the following prerequisites must be installed: KB2454826, KB2484033, KB2488113, KB2467023, and KB2505438. These prerequisites are available in the Internet Explorer 9 .iso file.

    • For Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), the following prerequisites must be installed: KB2484033, KB2488113, and KB2505438. These prerequisites are available in the Internet Explorer 9 .iso file.

    • For Windows Server® 2008 R2, the following prerequisites must be installed: KB2454826, KB2484033, KB2488113, KB2467023, and KB2505438. Another update, KB2483177, is not required, but without this update installed media codecs will not be available. This update requires that Desktop Experience is enabled. These prerequisites are available in the Internet Explorer 9 .iso file.

    • For Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, the following prerequisites must be installed: KB2484033, KB2488113, and KB2505438. Another update, KB2483177, is not required, but without this update installed media codecs will not be available. This update requires that Desktop Experience is enabled. These prerequisites are available in the Internet Explorer 9 .iso file.

  9. For each of the prerequisite files from the previous step, in the Command Prompt window, type the following text to add the prerequisite to the Internet Explorer 9 package:

    Dism /Image:<mounted image> /Add-Package /PackagePath:<MSU_File_Location>

    For example: Dism /Image:C:\Slipstreaming\Mount /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\Slipstreaming\Prereqs\Windows6.1-KB2454826-v2-x86.msu

  10. In the Command Prompt window, type the following text to add the Internet Explorer 9 package to the image:

    Dism /Image:<mounted image> /Add-Package /PackagePath:<CAB_File_Location>

    For example: Dism /Image:C:\Slipstreaming\Mount /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\Slipstreaming\IE9Win7x86ENU\IE9-Win7.cab

  11. In the Command Prompt window, type the following command to commit the changes and unmount the image:

    Dism /Unmount-WIM /MountDir:<mounted image> /Commit

    where <mounted image> is the location of the Mount folder you created in an earlier step.

    For example: Dism /Unmount-WIM /MountDir:C:\Slipstreaming\Mount /Commit

  12. Configure your Internet Explorer 9 installation as part of your installation image by creating and using an answer file and performing an unattended installation.

Preinstalling Internet Explorer 9 on a localized version of Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2

You can preinstall Internet Explorer 9 on a localized version of Windows 7 by slipstreaming Internet Explorer 9 into the operating-system image.

  1. Install the Windows AIK that matches your local computer configuration.

  2. Copy the .wim file that contains Windows 7 to your local drive. For example, C:\Slipstreaming\Win7x64DEU\install.wim.

  3. Create a folder for the mounted image. For example:

    • C:\Slipstreaming\Mount

  4. Download Internet Explorer 9 and put it in a directory in the C:\Slipstreaming directory. For example, C:\Slipstreaming\ IE9-Windows7-x64-deu.exe

  5. Open an elevated Command Prompt window and extract and expand the cabinet (.cab) file from the Internet Explorer setup executable, by typing:

    <Path_to_IE90_Setup> /x:<CAB_File_Location>

    where Path_to_IE90_Setup is the location of your Internet Explorer 9 setup executable and CAB_File_Location is the location to store the extracted .cab files.

    For example: C:\Slipstreaming\IE9-Windows7-x64-deu.exe /x:C:\Slipstreaming\IE9Win7x64DEU

    There are two or more CAB files to install:

    • C:\Slipstreaming\IE9Win7x64DEU\IE9-Win7.CAB contains the neutral and English versions of Internet Explorer.

    • C:\Slipstreaming\IE9Win7x64DEU\ielangpack-DEU.CAB contains the localized support files.

      noteNote
      There might be more than one localized package. Some languages have a different fallback language than English. For example, Catalan has fallback-language settings for either French or Spanish. The parent language and the LIP for the Internet Explorer package should be installed.

  6. Open an elevated command prompt to run the Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) tool. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Windows AIK, right-click Deployment Tools Command Prompt, and then select Run as administrator.

  7. Mount your Windows 7 offline image, by using the following command:

    Dism /Mount-Wim /WimFile:<Filepath> /index:<Index_Number> /MountDir:<Mount_Location>

    where <Filepath> is the full path to your Windows image file, <Index_Number> is a numeric value for the operating-system image indexed in the .wim file, and <Mount_Location> is the location where you want to store the mounted image.

    For example: Dism /Mount-Wim /WimFile:C:\Slipstreaming\Win7x64DEU\install.wim /index:1 /MountDir:C:\Slipstreaming\Mount

    ImportantImportant
    If you are not sure of your operating-system index number, you can use the following command to retrieve the index number for the image that you want to modify: Dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:<path_to_wim>

    For example: Dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:C:\Slipstreaming\Win7x64DEU\install.wim

  8. Download the Internet Explorer prerequisite files for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 into a directory within the C:\Slipstreaming directory, for example C:\Slipstreaming\Prereqs:

    • For Windows 7, the following prerequisites are required to be installed: KB2454826, KB2484033, KB2488113, KB2467023, and KB2505438.These prerequisites are available in the Internet Explorer 9 .iso file.

    • For Windows 7 SP1, the following prerequisites must be installed: KB2484033, KB2488113, and KB2505438. These prerequisites are available in the Internet Explorer 9 .iso file.

    • For Windows Server 2008 R2, the following prerequisites are required to be installed: KB2454826, KB2484033, KB2488113, KB2467023, and KB2505438. Another update, KB2483177, is not required, but without this update installed media codecs will not be available. This update requires that Desktop Experience is enabled. These prerequisites are available in the Internet Explorer 9 .iso file.

    • For Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, the following prerequisites must be installed: KB2484033, KB2488113, and KB2505438. Another update, KB2483177, is not required, but without this update, installed media codecs will not be available. This update requires that Desktop Experience is enabled. These prerequisites are available in the Internet Explorer 9 .iso file.

  9. For each of the prerequisite files from the previous step, in the Command Prompt window, type the following text to add the prerequisite to the Internet Explorer 9 package: Dism /Image:<mounted image> /Add-Package /PackagePath:<MSU_File_Location>

    For example: Dism /Image:C:\Slipstreaming\Mount /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\Slipstreaming\Prereqs\Windows6.1-KB2454826-v2-x64.msu

  10. In the Command Prompt window, type the following text to add the Internet Explorer 9 language-neutral package: Dism /Image:<mounted image> /Add-Package /PackagePath:<CAB_File_Location>

    For example: Dism /Image:C:\Slipstreaming\Mount /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\Slipstreaming\IE9Win7x64DEU\IE9-Win7.CAB

  11. Internet Explorer localized files have a dependency that requires that the supporting Windows localized files to be installed before a localized Internet Explorer package can be installed.

    If you are slipstreaming Internet Explorer into a fully localized build of Windows and the supporting Windows localized language files are already installed on the system, you can skip this step. You must install Windows language packs (LIPs and MUI files) before you install any other updates, because the language-specific updates will not be applied in the resulting image. If you are installing a LIP, you must change the file name extension from .mlc to .cab.

    You can add a language package by using the command: Dism /Image:<mount folder> /Add-Package /PackagePath:<path to language pack cab file>

    For example: Dism /Image:C:\Slipstreaming\Mount /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\Downloads\Langpacks\de-de\lp.cab

  12. Add the Internet Explorer language package by using the command: Dism /Image:<mount folder> /Add-Package /PackagePath:<path to language pack cab file>

    For example: Dism /image:c:\Slipstreaming\Mount /Add-Package /PackagePath:C:\Slipstreaming\IE9Win7x64DEU\ielangpack-DEU.cab

  13. In the Command Prompt window, type the following command to commit the changes and unmount the image:

    Dism /Unmount-WIM /MountDir:<mounted image> /Commit

    where <mounted image> is the location of the Mount folder you created in an earlier step.

    For example: Dism /Unmount-WIM /MountDir:C:\Slipstreaming\Mount /Commit

  14. Configure your Internet Explorer 9 installation as part of your installation image by creating and using an answer file and performing an unattended installation.

Unattended Installation Settings and Internet Explorer 9

The following table shows settings in the Microsoft-Windows-IE-InternetExplorer component that are new in Internet Explorer 9. You can use these settings to modify the way Internet Explorer 9 browser appears and behaves to the end user.

 

New Internet Explorer setting Description

Microsoft-Windows-IE-InternetExplorer/SearchScopes/Scope/ShowTopResult

Specifies whether the TopResult feature is used with search requests.

Microsoft-Windows-IE-InternetExplorer/SearchScopes/Scope/TopResultURL

Specifies the complete URL of the page that shows the TopResult search results.

The following table shows changes in existing Internet Explorer settings.

 

Changed setting Description of setting Description of change

Microsoft-Windows-IE-InternetExplorer/EnableLinksBar

Specifies whether the Favorites bar appears.

The default value is changed to false.

Microsoft-Windows-IE-InternetExplorer/ShowCommandBar

Specifies whether the Command bar appears.

The default value is changed to false.

Microsoft-Windows-IE-InternetExplorer/ShowStatusBar

Specifies whether the Status bar appears.

The default value is changed to false.

Microsoft-Windows-IE-InternetExplorer/SmallCommandBarIcons

Specifies whether small icons on the Command Bar are used.

The default value is changed to true.

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