IEAK 5 Beta Is Here!
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The Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK) 5 Beta for Windows and UNIX is now available for beta testing! Specific to the beta release of Internet Explorer 5, the IEAK 5 Beta is the fastest and easiest way to create and manage custom installation packages of Internet Explorer 5 Beta. Whether you represent a corporation or an Internet service provider, IEAK 5 Beta is the tool that provides the features you need to maintain, deploy, and customize Internet Explorer 5 Beta for your organization and customers.
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Customize, Deploy, Administer Across Platforms!
IEAK 4.01: Now for Windows, Macintosh, and UNIX
The Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK) 4.01 is the must-have tool for Internet service providers, corporations, and other Internet-related business who want to customize, distribute, and maintain Internet Explorer from one central location across multiple computer platforms--royalty-free.
Find out what the IEAK can do for your organization, by clicking one of the links above or by studying our new cross-platform capabilities. If this is your first visit here, you'll need to know How to Get the IEAK, available in more than 20 languages.
Check out what the press is saying about the IEAK
You may not have seen these recent reviews of the IEAK in the industry press:
- InfoWorld: "Web-browser administration kit; Microsoft IEAK 4.01 paves Internet Explorer's path" "With Internet Explorer Administration Kit 4.0, Microsoft has delivered an extremely easy-to-use tool for managing enterprise installations of Internet Explorer. This free administration package offers comparable control over browser configuration and distribution to Netscape's Mission Control, which carries a hefty price tag of $1,995; however, IEAK is decidedly easier to use. ...End-users will no doubt get a kick out of IE 4.0's new subscription channels and its spiffy navigation bars as I did when testing the Beta version. Enterprise IS administrators, though, will get even more kicks out of the new Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK), which is being released simultaneously, or nearly so, with the browser."
- PC Week: "Small changes a big deal; Customizable features make Microsoft IEAK 4.01 stand out" "Microsoft's Internet Explorer Administration Kit 4.0 will make it easy for companies to create and update customized installations of the Internet Explorer browser. ...Companies that want to control how Internet Explorer 4.0 is implemented by their users will find that the Internet Explorer Administration Kit not only lets them control browser settings but also makes it very easy to distribute the application."