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This article describes how to use SoftGrid Sequencer together with Windows Internet Explorer and together with other related programs.
You cannot use SoftGrid Sequencer to sequence Internet Explorer. However, you can sequence plug-ins such as Java, Java Runtime Environment (JRE), and Adobe Flash. The standard sequencing process applies. To sequence the plug-ins, start Internet Explorer during the monitoring phase of the Installation Wizard, and then install the plug-ins.
Additionally, you must create a shortcut while the Application Wizard is running. Create a shortcut to the following location:
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
When you create this shortcut, the Application Wizard configures the FILENAME attribute of the CODEBASE element in the .osd file. This lets SoftGrid Client call Internet Explorer on the local computer into the virtual environment that contains the plug-ins. The following code sample shows the configuration of the FILENAME attribute.
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