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Setting Up Servers

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As you customize the browser and prepare for deployment, you should also prepare any servers that you will need to support your deployment of Microsoft Internet Explorer 5. This chapter covers preparing for proxy servers, roaming user profiles, Internet sign-up with the Internet Connection wizard, and Microsoft NetMeeting.

In This Chapter

Preparing Servers

Configuring Central Automatic Configuration Servers

Working with Proxy Servers

Working with Automatic Search

Working with Roaming User Profiles (Corporate Administrators)

Preparing Servers for Internet Sign-up (ISPs)

Server Considerations for NetMeeting

See Also

  • For more information about testing the deployment process before the final rollout, see Chapter 11 , "Setting Up and Administering a Pilot Program."

  • For more information about preparing to use the Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK), see Chapter 12 , "Preparing for the IEAK."

  • For more information about building custom browser packages for installation, see Chapter 15 , "Running the Internet Explorer Customization Wizard."

  • For more information about rolling out Internet Explorer to your users, see Chapter 19 , "Deploying Microsoft Internet Explorer 5."

  • For more information about automatic configuration, see Chapter 21 , "Using Automatic Configuration and Automatic Proxy."

  • For more information about updating programs after deployment, see Chapter 22 , "Keeping Programs Updated."

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