Use the Branding .INS file to create custom branding and setup info

Info about the custom branding and setup information in your browser package.

Name Value Description
Add on URL <addon_url> The add-on URL for the product updates command in the browser.
BrowserDefault
  • 0. Locks down Internet Explorer as the default browser.
  • 1. Preserves the existing default browser.
  • 2. Lets the employee decide the default browser.
Determines the default browser behavior.
CMBitmapName <file_name> The file name for the Connection Manager custom bitmap.
CMBitmapPath <file_path> The full file path to the Connection Manager custom bitmap file.
CMProfileName <file_name> The name of the Connection Manager profile.
CMProfilePath <file_path> The full file path to the Connection Manager profile.
CMUseCustom
  • 0. Don’t use a custom Connection Manager profile.
  • 1. Use a custom Connection Manager profile.
Determines whether to use a custom Connection Manager profile.
CompanyName <company_name> The name of the company with a valid IEAK 11 license, building this .ins file.
EncodeFavs
  • 0. Don’t encode the section.
  • 1. Encode the section.
Determines whether to encode the [Favorites] section for versions of IE earlier than 5.0.
FavoritesDelete hexadecimal: 0x89 Lets you remove all existing Favorites and Quick Links.
FavoritesOnTop
  • 0. Don’t put the new item at the top of the Favorites menu.
  • 1. Put the new item at the top of the Favorites menu.
Determines whether to put new favorite items at the top of the menu.
IE4 Welcome Msg
  • 0. Don’t go to a Welcome page the first time the browser is opened.
  • 1. Go to a Welcome page the first time the browser is opened.
Determines whether a Welcome page appears.
Language ID <language_value> Code value for the language used.
Language Locale <ie_version_locale> The locale of the version of IE being customized, as denoted by a four-letter string — for example, EN-us for English.
NoIELite
  • 0. Don’t optimize the Active Setup Wizard.
  • 1. Optimize the Active Setup Wizard for download, using existing files, as possible.
Determines whether to optimize the Active Setup Wizard for download.
SilentInstall
  • 0. Run Windows Update Setup interactively.
  • 1. Run Windows Update Setup non-interactively, but show progress and error messages to the employee.
Determines whether Windows Update Setup runs interactively on the employee’s computer.

Note
This only appears for the Internal version of the IEAK 11.

StealthInstall
  • 0. Run Windows Update Setup showing progress and error messages to the employee.
  • 1. Run Windows Update Setup without showing error messages to the employee.
Determines whether Windows Update Setup shows error messages and dialog boxes.

Note
This only appears for the Internal version of the IEAK 11.

Toolbar Bitmap <file_path_and_name> Full path to the icon bitmap that appears on the browser toolbar.
Type
  • 1. Internal version. For use on a corporate intranet or network.
  • 2. External version. For use by ISPs, ICPs, or Developers.
The version of IEAK 11 being used.
User Agent <string> String to be appended to the default User Agent string.
Version <string> Version number of the browser. For example, 6,0,0,1.
WebIntegrated
  • 0. Don’t include the 4.x integrated shell in your custom package.
  • 1. Include the 4.x integrated shell in your custom package.
Determines whether the IE 4.x integrated shell is included in this package.
Win32DownloadSite <url_location> URL from where your employees will download the IEsetup.exe file.
Window_Title <string> Customized window title for IE.
Window_Title_CN <company_name> Company name to be appended to the window title.
WizardVersion <string> Version of the IEAK that created the .ins file. For example, 6.00.0707.2800.