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Windows explorer bundle

We are running ZCM 11.1 on a Windows 2003 terminal server. We had a workaround that opened windows explorer for us using c:\windows\ie7\iexplore.exe to open file folders in explorer for our users without breaking the shell giving them a full desktop. Once we upgraded our browsers to IE 8 we can no longer use the c:\windows\ie7 path. I've been trying to find a way to create a bundle that will open a directory for browsing without breaking out of the custom shell set in a ZCM policy. I may be missing something but what is the easiest way to create a bundle to open a directory for browsing such as the my document folder?
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Re: Windows explorer bundle

I would recommend posting on the MS Sites to see if there is anyway to
restore the File Browsing Functionality in IEXPLORER.EXE for IE8 and
IE9. (I'm not aware of a way.)

Alternately, I would recommend looking for Other File Browser Utilities.
There should be plenty of free ones.


On 1/17/2012 3:56 PM, lyoung1974 wrote:
>
> We are running ZCM 11.1 on a Windows 2003 terminal server. We had a
> workaround that opened windows explorer for us using
> c:\windows\ie7\iexplore.exe to open file folders in explorer for our
> users without breaking the shell giving them a full desktop. Once we
> upgraded our browsers to IE 8 we can no longer use the c:\windows\ie7
> path. I've been trying to find a way to create a bundle that will open
> a directory for browsing without breaking out of the custom shell set in
> a ZCM policy. I may be missing something but what is the easiest way to
> create a bundle to open a directory for browsing such as the my document
> folder?
>
>



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