Install Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) using Microsoft Intune
The Internet Explorer 11 desktop application will be retired and go out of support on June 15, 2022. For a list of what’s in scope, see the FAQ. The same IE11 apps and sites you use today can open in Microsoft Edge with Internet Explorer mode. Learn more here.
Internet Explorer 11 is available as an update in Microsoft Intune. Microsoft Intune uses Windows cloud services to help you manage updates, monitor and protect your computers, provide remote assistance, track hardware and software inventory, and set security policies. For more information, see the Documentation Library for Microsoft Intune.
Adding and deploying the IE11 package
You can add and then deploy the IE11 package to any computer that's managed by Microsoft Intune.
To add the IE11 package
From the Microsoft Intune administrator console, start the Microsoft Intune Software Publisher.
Add your IE11 package as either an external link or as a Windows installer package (.exe or .msi).
For more info about how to decide which one to use, and how to use it, see Deploy and configure apps.
To automatically deploy and install the IE11 package
From the Microsoft Intune administrator console, start and run through the Deploy Software wizard.
Deploy the package to any of your employee computers that are managed by Microsoft Intune.
After the package is on your employee's computers, the installation process runs, based on what you set up in your wizard.
For more info about this, see Deploy and configure apps.
To let your employees install the IE11 package
Install the package on your company's Microsoft Intune site, marking it as Available for the appropriate groups.
Any employee in the assigned group can now install the package.
For more info about this, see Update apps using Microsoft Intune