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Subject:Re: IE Runtime Setup Program From:Jason Wynia <jwynia -at- AGRIS -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 29 Jan 1999 07:52:42 -0600
> In Steve Wexlers book, Using Microsoft HTML Help (page 274)
> he writes that
> a freely-distributed setup program that installs the IE
> runtime engine was
> in development and probably would be available by the time we read the
> book. Does anyone know if this setup program available yet?
Actually, MS decided to roll that into the Internet Explorer Administration
Kit as one of the distribution options. They set up a silent minimal
install that you can distribute, but you need to report how many you
distribute per quarter and give them a bunch of information. http://ieak.microsoft.com.
> And, if it
> is, where can I get information about it?
> Send commands to listserv -at- listserv -dot- okstate -dot- edu (e.g., SIGNOFF