The IE Layer Deinition Files are used with the Layer Definition Tool to create IE Virtual Software Layers.
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See Creating an Internet Explorer virtual software layer
To download the IE Layer Definition Files
Download the ldf file for the version of IE you want to package.
A reference table for IE ldf files is below.
Gather any of the prerequisites that are required for the ldf file. For example, some versions require you to download a Microsoft Service Pack to extract the necessary files.
The following table contains links to the available IE ldf files.
Internet Explorer 6
Virtualized IE6 for Windows XP
Virtualized IE6 for Windows XP - French
Virtualized IE6 for Windows XP - Japanese
Virtualized IE6 for Windows 7
32-bit and 64-bit
Virtualized IE6 for Windows 7 - Japanese
Internet Explorer 7
Virtualized IE7 for Windows XP
Virtualized IE7 for Windows XP - Japanese
Virtualized IE7 for Windows 7
Internet Explorer 7 MLS
Virtualized IE7 for Windows 7 Multiple Language Support
Arabic, Bulgarian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Czech, Danish, German, Greek, Spanish, Estonian, Finnish, French, Hebrew, Croatian, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Lithuanian, Latvian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese Brazil, Portuguese Portugal, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish, Thai, Turkish
Internet Explorer 8
Virtualized IE8 for Windows XP
Virtualized IE8 for Windows XP - Japanese
Virtualized IE8 for Windows XP - French
rtualized IE8 for Windows XP – Base
Environment for Microsoft Office to view/open online attachments from a webpage opened through Virtualized Internet Explorer 8.
Virtualized IE8 for Windows 7
Internet Explorer 8 MLS
Virtualized IE8 for Windows 7 Multiple Language Support
Internet Explorer 9
Virtualized IE9 for Windows 7
Internet Explorer 9 MLS
Virtualized IE9 for Windows 7 Multiple Language Support
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