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TechNet Radio: Top Reasons Why You Should Deploy Internet Explorer 9 In today’s episode , we welcome Technical Evangelist, David Tesar to the show as he interviews Anurag Pandit from the Internet Explorer team. Tune in as they discuss and demo the latest version of IE and go in depth into why you should deploy it on your systems. From better performance, higher secur... More...

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Application Compatibility with Internet Explorer 9 Webcast As part of any deployment project whether it’s OS upgrade or a new browser such as Internet Explorer 9, you need to think about how your existing applications are going to work. In this session we’ll give you an overview of Internet Explorer compatibility and what has changed since earlier versions ... More...

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Top 9 Reasons Enterprises Should Deploy IE 9 The final version of IE9 was released yesterday evening. With over 40 million downloads IE9 Beta was our fastest adopted browser beta ever. Many people have already been using the Beta and RC versions of IE9 with over 2 percent usage share worldwide on Windows 7 while still in beta. Now is a great t... More...

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IE 9 Tracking Protection Interview | TechNet Video Andy Zeigler, Senior PM, lets us know the why and how behind the design of Internet Explorer 9’s privacy tracking protection feature which released today as a new feature included in the IE 9 Release Candidate (RC). We spend most of the time on the whiteboard and answer the questions: More...

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Internet Explorer local URL lockdown restriction  | TechNet Edge This screencast shows how you can lock down Internet Explorer 6 or greater to only browse to the URLs you specify.  This is most commonly used when you are virtualizing IE 6 or 7 for legacy applications and using IE 8 or greater for your primary browser which is not locked down. To learn more about ... More...

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Internet Explorer Virtualization Overview  | TechNet Edge Learn about the supported options to virtualize your web applications requiring Internet Explorer 6 or 7 in your environment. If your organization is considering an upgrade to Windows 7 or Internet Explorer 8 but is concerned about the expense, time, and IT staff effort needed to update your older (... More...

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IE8 Beta 2 screencast demo and Interview  | TechNet Edge IE8 Beta 2 has launched today!  We sat down with James Pratt, Product Manager for IE 8 focused on enterprises, who tells us about what's new and why an IT Pro should care about IE8 in their environment.  We cover a number of different areas: Screencast / Demo : Webslice use for an enterprise company... More...

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ScreenCast: Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 part 1: Interop Goodies  | TechNet Edge In the screencast I show how IE8 is going to help with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 2.1 and browser  interoperability.   IE 8 will render in standards mode but with this meta tag:      <!-- Use IE7 mode -->  <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=7" />  developers... More...

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ScreenCast: Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 part 2: Activities and Webslices!  | TechNet Edge Activities allow you to avoid having to open several browsers to possible get to information you need.  I like to think of them as "create your own URL".  So how does it work, by simply selecting text you then get a "smart tag" style icon that allows to take action within context of the selected tex... More...

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