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Internet Explorer

Download Internet Explorer 6.0 for Offline Installation

It is possible to download Internet Explorer for offline installation, which is useful if you have multiple machines to update. You can also download it for all supported operating systems at the same time, allowing you to have a single directory to update a mixture of operating systems.

  1. Download ie6setup.exe as normal and place it in it's own directory. In this example we are using "C:\ie6 Download".
  2. Create a New Directory for the complete download. In this example we are using "C:\ie6 Complete".
  3. Click Start, Run and enter the following command as shown in italics. Make sure you include all of the punctuation marks.
    "C:\ie6 download\ie6setup.exe" /c:"ie6wzd.exe /d /s:""#E"
  4. When the setup wizard starts, you will be prompted to choose which operating system you want to download for and where you want to store the files. Choose the directory you created above.
  5. After pressing OK, wait while the download is complete.

Once complete you can copy the IE6 Complete directory to a CD or network location and use it to install on all machines by running the ie6setup.exe file that you will find in the folder.

If you are downloading another version of Internet Explorer, for example IE5, then adjust the path above, replacing "ie6" with "ie5" where appropriate.

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