|09 Jan 2013||#1|
Multiple browser versions on same computer?
Anyone know of a way to achieve this? I know IE is pretty much impossible, but what about Firefox and Chrome?
An idea I had is to get all the file installs from oldapps, then write a script and have it as a GPO that runs on first login, that copies all these browsers to the user.
Is there a better way that anyone knows of?
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