06 Mei 2012 7:46
I’d like to know if it’s possible at all to roll back from IE8 to IE7 from a Windows image that came with IE8 pre-installed. I’ll explain: Microsoft is one of our big clients, and we have been able to re-enact a volume-licensing scheme on XP, basically because we still have a lot of PCs that can’t accommodate Windows 7 (they’re really thin clients with a hard drive). Over time, we started pushing Windows XP SP2 images, then installed all the subsequent hotfixes Microsoft sent our way, until we installed the SP3, but decided to forego the installation of IE8, due to problems I’ve already explained in a previous post. This led to some instability on some workstations, and we need to start with a clean slate.
Problem is, the images we now got our hands on already have IE8 pre-installed, and we need to go back to IE7. Since the SP3 hasn’t been added to those images as an update, we can’t remove it cleanly, and we really need to roll-back to IE7.
06 Mei 2012 20:12
Your in the wrong public forum... this ones for questions about html, css and scripting for web developers....
If there is IE7 installed on the image it will be in a backup directory under Windows.
However there should be not reason why you cannot upgrade with IE8. what problems..... post back with a link to your previous post... IE8 has Quirks and Compatibility View support....
- Ditandai sebagai Jawaban oleh Allen Li - MSFTModerator 14 Mei 2012 2:12
09 Mei 2012 5:45Try http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-us/ieitpropriorver/threads
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