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Webcast: How to deploy Windows 7 when you’re tied to IE6

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If you are one of the schools that need to use Internet Explorer 6 to stay compatible with a specific application you use, then you may find it useful to know that there are options to help you to move your ICT infrastructure forward, whilst keeping IE6 support on your network for certain users.

One option is to read the “Tools to make working with Internet Explorer 6 in Windows 7 easier” blog post

An alternative is to put an hour aside to join the Springboard virtual roundtable on 30th September, at 5pm.

Roundtable: Deploying Windows 7, but still running Web applications based on Internet Explorer 6?

Join us live on Thursday, September 30, 2010 for a virtual, interactive roundtable discussion on migration strategies, standards, and support for organisations moving from Internet Explorer 6 to Internet Explorer 8.

As organisations deploy Windows 7, many still depend on web applications that were designed for Internet Explorer 6. Will they still work, and what can you do when they don’t? Join a panel of IT Professionals, Microsoft specialists and technical experts to discuss best practices to simplify and accelerate the migration to Internet Explorer 8. Topics will include an explanation of the causes of and solutions for application compatibility issues (including policy, code, and virtualisation solutions), an introduction to tools, and a review of best practices.

Ask your questions live during the event with our online tool - or submit your questions in advance to vrtable@microsoft.com

imageFind out more, and register for the Virtual Roundtable




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