Microsoft made available videos, walkthroughs, papers and application compatibility lists in order to continue to be able to offer support for Internet Explorer 6 specific app while rolling out Windows 7 and IE8 into your organization.
- Migrating from Windows Internet Explorer 6 on Windows XP to Internet Explorer 8 on Windows 7: Strategy, Standards, and Support – As organizations deploy Windows 7, many still depend on web apps designed for IE6. Will they still work, and what can you do when they don’t? On Sept 30th, join a panel of IT Professionals, Microsoft specialists and technical experts to discuss best practices to simplify and accelerate migration to IE8. Send us your questions to vrtable
- Internet Explorer 8 Application Compatibility List for IT professionals is a Excel-based spreadsheet listing software apps which’re compatible or not compatible with IE8, based on public support statements from software publishers, or statements made to Microsoft from software publishers.
- Addressing Application Compatibility When Migrating to Internet Explorer 8 – This document provides IT professionals a detailed overview of IE8 compatibility issues and discusses remediation strategies for migrating web apps, while providing an introduction to tools and processes.
- Internet Explorer local URL lockdown restriction screen cast shows how you can lock down IE6 or greater to only browse to URLs you specify. This’s most commonly used when you’re virtualizing IE 6 or 7 for legacy apps and using IE 8 or greater for your primary browser which’s not locked down:
- Solving Enterprise Application Compatibility Issues with Internet Explorer 8 (Part 1 of 2) video explore the workflow, tools to leverage through this workflow, and remediation techniques Microsoft Enterprise Services has used with other large customers to successfully navigate the app compatibility challenge
- Internet Explorer Virtualization with MED-V – Learn how you can utilize MED-V to virtualize your web apps which require IE 6 or 7 in your environment.