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A question which I have been asked but not sure if its possible..

Is it possible to Run internet explorer 6 on a 2008 64bit box..
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No, you cannot install a version of IE that's older than the one that shipped with the operating system.  You can install a Virtual Machine with an older OS that supports the version of IE you want.
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