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Windows 7: How to run multiple separate instances of IE

02 Apr 2014   #1
LAD3

Win 7 Ultimate
 
 
How to run multiple separate instances of IE

Hello,

Long story short:
I need to run 10-15 ish browser-windows of a webpage, at the same time, without the instances "knowing" about each other. They need to be as separated as if they where running on different machines/clients.
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I want to believe this is possible, in that (for example) my old workplace had these computers in which the browsers where modified so that they where completely cut off the main system (no connection to the local system w.s.e (running on the network)).
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My case:
In the browser-windows, on the server, there's a flash movie that's playing. It will stop if another is activated and played. I need to run multiple of these at the same time, but it's a bit tricky...


Any help on this subject is widely appreciated


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02 Apr 2014   #2
mitchell65

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Not sure if I fully understand what you are trying to do but I have just had two separate instances of You Tube open at the same time with both running the videos ee here:
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06 Apr 2014   #3
A Guy

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

These are not going to be 100% stable as they play will dlls to achieve their stand alone/side by side capabilities

Utilu IE Collection - Utilu.com

These would work, but unsure if you can have that many running at once

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