You can customize Internet Explorer 11 to support various browser behaviors, multiple operating system versions and languages, and Setup information (.inf) files.
|Using IEAK 11 to create packages||How to use the Internet Explorer Administration Kit 11 (IEAK 11) and the IE Customization Wizard 11 to set up, configure, deploy, and maintain IE11.|
|Create packages for multiple operating systems or languages||How to create multiple versions of your custom installation package, to support multiple operating systems or languages.|
|Using .INF files to create packages||How to use the Microsoft® Windows Setup Engine to automate setup tasks and customize your component installations.|
In addition, you can configure IE before, during, or after deployment, using these tools:
IE Administration Kit 11 (IEAK 11). Creates customized installation packages that can be deployed through your software distribution system. For more information about the IEAK 11, see Internet Explorer Administration Kit 11 (IEAK 11) - Administration Guide for IT Pros.
Group Policy. Configures and enforces IE11 settings. For more information about settings and configuration options, see Group policy objects and Internet Explorer 11 (IE11).
Unattend.xml. Customizes some of the IE settings during your Windows installation. This option only applies if you're updating a Windows image with IE11.
You'll only see the new IE11 Unattend.xml settings if your Unattend.xml file's associated with a Windows image that includes the IE11 update. For more information about editing and using the Unattend.xml file, see Unattended Windows Setup Reference. For more information about using the Windows System Image Manager, see Windows System Image Manager Technical Reference.