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Slipstream IE7 into flat RIS Image?

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Hi there,

I was wondering if it is possible to slipstream IE7 into a flat Remote Installation image.  Right now our flat sp2 image has ie6, and it would make things a lot easier if it had IE7.

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I don't believe this is possible for RIS.  I think you'll need load the image, install IE7, and then upload it back as the new version of the image.
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