If you installed the Corporate version of Windows® Internet Explorer® Administration Kit 8 (IEAK 8), you can use IEAK Profile Manager to manage Internet Explorer settings for your users after the custom package has been deployed. You can also create a new customization profile for your organization.
To use IEAK Profile Manager, you must have run the Internet Explorer Customization Wizard 8 at least once.
To use IEAK Profile Manager, see Open IEAK Profile Manager. Then, you can edit the following settings.
Wizard Settings values correspond to browser and component options that you initially configured when running the Internet Explorer Customization Wizard 8. These settings are:
Additional Settings values correspond to the options that you initially configured on the Additional Settings page of the Internet Explorer Customization Wizard 8.
For computers running Windows Vista®, you should use Administrative Templates in Group Policy, instead of IEAK Profile Manager, to manage policies.
IEAK Profile Manager uses a default set of Windows policy template files (administration [.adm], files) to define the rules for system policies and restrictions. You can also create your own .adm files to define additional restrictions. Then, using IEAK Profile Manager, you can import the custom .adm files and include them with your updated configuration settings. IEAK Profile Manager generates an associated .inf file, using the file prefix for the custom .adm file that you import. For example, if you import a file named Custom.adm, a Custom.inf file is generated and added to the companion .cab files.
For more information, see Group Policy documentation (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=55625).
- For more information about IEAK Profile
Manager, see Use
IEAK Profile Manager.