I have a server running NT4 Server (yes I know.......) at a remote (client) site that does not have access to the internet, only back to my network.  PC Anywhere requires IE to be installed.  Can someone help me find an offline install for this?  I need this today because they are requiring this server be rebuilt tonight.
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U can download the Full setup and then can move it to the client's computer, and when u will install it, it will not require the internet connection !! :)
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   There is another alternative for PCAnywhere without IE installed.
It's TightVNC (free). YOu can download here.

Everyone's talking about downloads, but you don't have download capability at your remote site - right?  You CAN download IE6 and then transfer it to them if you are willing and have the time.  Another alternative is to have the remote user to go out for a few minutes to the nearest store selling computer magazines.  Many of these will have IE6 on CDs that they can then install locally without having first to download, then transfer, and hoping that the data isn't damaged enroute!
>> Everyone's talking about downloads,

nopes, i asked to "Transfer" to the clien't system, check my second comment :)
Internet Explorer allow you to download the most part.
Install the full version on any NT PC with an internet access.
A new folder will be created C:\winnt\Windows Update Setup Files
Check this folder is empty bfore doing anything.
When it is done copy this folder on a CD.
It can now be installed offline.
Ok, to download or transfer IE takes times since IE is huge.
So I mentioned TightVNC for alternative of PcAnywhere. TightVNC is small, 900k. So you can put it to floppy. ^_^


Have you tried a good PC/Software magazine?

Usually the cover CD will have IE6 ready to install.

Wonder if he ever got it figured out.  I still think the use of a "local" CD was the easiest solution.
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