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The IE settings in the Group Policy Preferences repeat the settings tabs for any compatible IE version. It is not enough to simply save the changes in the Group Policy Editor.

Notice the red and green underlines of the IE parameters.

The result is an updated AIP, that can be GPO-deployed like an MSI.

As added difficulty, in branch 11 Adobe does not always offer cumulative MSP-files (which are easier to handle). The incremental MSPs must be applied on top of the latest cumulative one.

The familiar Internet Explorer Maintenance (IEM) section of the GPO also disappeared in Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2 after you install Internet Explorer 10 or IE 11.

GPO templates define settings that affect how a Windows or a specific program, in this case Chrome, functions.

The necessary policies are located in the user GPO section: User configuration – Internet Explorer Maintenance.

However, in Windows Server 2012 / Windows 8 Microsoft has decided to make their users surprised and to completely removed the Internet Explorer Maintenance section from the Group Policy Editor.

For both Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat it is possible (and officialy supported by Adobe) to get either MSI-files, or create AIPs, to deploy the software using Group Policy Objects of Windows Server.

However the way how you can obtain them depends on the version, the branch (11 or DC), the track (classic or continuous), and on whether the latest update was a planned one or an emergency update.

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