Chapter 9: Planning the Deployment
To install Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 successfully, you must first plan your deployment processes and strategies. By understanding how to plan and automate your browser installation, you can reduce the cost of migration and ensure a smooth transition to Internet Explorer. This chapter describes how to plan your deployment.
Chapter 10: Accessibility Features and Functionality
This chapter describes the different ways that Internet Explorer supports enhanced accessibility and explains how to use the browser to accommodate different accessibility needs. In particular, Internet Explorer offers many features that enable users with disabilities to customize the appearance of Web pages to meet their own needs and preferences. Users without disabilities might also be interested in this functionality, which enables them to customize colors and fonts to their own tastes and to use time-saving keyboard shortcuts.
Chapter 11: Setting Up and Administering a Pilot Program
Before you deploy Internet Explorer to your users, it is recommended that you set up and administer a pilot program. Begin by testing the Internet Explorer installation in a lab, and then conduct the pilot program to refine your deployment configurations and strategies by using a limited number of pilot participants. This process will help you validate your deployment plan and ensure your readiness for full-scale deployment.