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Deploy LaunchIE.exe via Intune

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Hi All

 

Would anyone have any ideas on how to deploy this via Intune?

 

https://github.com/LesFerch/LaunchIE

 

Info appreciated.

 

 

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@Stuart King just a question, have you tried using the IE Mode in Edge instead? Maybe that solution would be better for you? https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/core-infrastructure-and-security/configure-ie-mode-in-edge-wi...

Hi Buddy

We have tried / tested IE Mode in Edge on our LOB Web App and it simply isn't practical for 2 reasons:

1) It forces users to login which doesn't happen in IE
2) The 90 expiry is too much overhead to reconfigure all PCs every 90 days

We really need to be able to run our LOB Web App in IE without error or limitations.

I feel pushing out IELaunch.exe would be the best option.

Info appreciated

@Stuart King thanks for he explanation! I guess that you have already seen this IEModeExpiryFix so it can be set to 2099 days, which maybe would help you with point number two - https://lesferch.github.io/IEModeExpiryFix/.

But regarding point one, I don't really know a solution to that one if you have already defined the correct values for SSO in Internet Options/Properties.

So back to your main question, I would probably package the https://github.com/LesFerch/LaunchIE in a Win32 application together with PSAppDeployToolkit and in that same script create the weblinks that you would like to have, which should follow step number 7 on the github site, like LaunchIE example.com

Hi Buddy

This is excellent info.

Could you elaborate on " together with PSAppDeployToolkit and in that same script create the weblinks" as I've never used PSAppDeployToolkit before.

Regards
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Thanks @Stuart King! I would recommend the PowerShell App Deployment Toolkit series on Youtube for a better understanding of how the framework works: PowerShell App Deployment Toolkit - [Chapter 1 Fundamentals] (youtube.com)

On the topic of how to create the shortcuts, please read this blog: How to Create URL Shortcuts with PowerShell | NinjaOne.

 

Let me know if you need more help!

Thanks buddy.

I have it working now ;):black_flag:󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Will definitely watch the above videos to further my knowledge.

Thanks again for all your time and help.

Stuart
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best response confirmed by Stuart King (Iron Contributor)
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Thanks @Stuart King! I would recommend the PowerShell App Deployment Toolkit series on Youtube for a better understanding of how the framework works: PowerShell App Deployment Toolkit - [Chapter 1 Fundamentals] (youtube.com)

On the topic of how to create the shortcuts, please read this blog: How to Create URL Shortcuts with PowerShell | NinjaOne.

 

Let me know if you need more help!

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