I was reviewing the release notes for WebClient. You CANNOT use Chrome or Firefox and MUST use IE but you can't use 64bit IE? Is this going to be resolved?
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Actually, both. I never use IE and my guess is more and more people are not using IE.
If running on a 64-bit windows box how would someone install webclient? If you cannot use Chrome or Firefox the IE flavor on the 64 bit windows box would be 64-bit.
We try to make things simple for our reseller's installing our product. This has many phone calls written all over it.
Thanks for the update. IMHO if Flexera cannot/will not fix the issue moving to a different install technology may be the answer. I can tell you that we have had nothing but problems with WebClient installations for quite a while. We think it is related to the increased security in each windows version. It is at the point where many of my resellers just install WebClient manually and then my application installer.
I have been using WIX to repackage the webclient for 10.2B and 11.3 in to an MSI file. Not that hard to reverse engineer the installer. If you guys like to see how I do it I will get the ok from my company to share it. Been deploying webclient via MSI group policy and SCCM. All just 32 bit so far. Got too many OCX's to go to 64 bit.
I would be interested...thank you.
Did you get the OK to share what you are doing?