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Downloading and Distributing Your Custom Browser Package

After you click Finish, the wizard builds your custom browser package. In most cases, your next steps are preparing your files for downloading from the Web, and then preparing other media (such as compact discs) for distribution. For more information about media formats, see Media Selection.

Programs and cabinet files distributed via the Internet, or an intranet that is not specially configured, must be digitally signed. Digital signatures show where programs come from and verify that programs haven't been altered. For more information, see Signing Your Programs. If you specified that the Internet Explorer 6 Customization Wizard sign your programs and custom files, then the wizard signs your programs as it builds your package. If you did not specify that the wizard sign your programs and files, then you need to sign these files before users download them.

The steps you will now take to distribute your customized browser will vary based on your role and the media you are using to distribute your package. For more information, click the applicable link below:


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