You can deploy Internet Explorer 11 to your users' computers by using your custom browser packages and Automatic Version Synchronization (AVS).
What is Automatic Version Synchronization?
Automatic Version Synchronization (AVS) lets you use the Internet Explorer Administration Kit 11 (IEAK 11) to synchronize the IE11 setup files on a local computer with the latest setup files on the web.
You must synchronize the setup files at least once on the local computer, for each language and operating system combination, before proceeding through the rest of the wizard. If your packages have more than one version of IE, you need to keep the versions in separate component download folders, which can be pointed to from the File Locations page of the IEAK 11. For more information about using the AVS feature, see Use the Automatic Version Synchronization page in the IEAK 11 Wizard .