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Administrative Templates for Internet Explorer 11.0.0.0

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Hi, My DC applies GPO settings to a few remote desktop servers 2008 R2 with IE8.
I plan to upgrade the browser from 8 to 11 and prepare to install administrative template 11.0.0.0 on the DC.
When performing the command copy /y %WINDIR%\KB2841134\inetres.admx %SYSTEMROOT%\PolicyDefinitions\inetres.admx from an elevated command (run as administrator) i get a permission denied message, i believe i can solve this by giving adminstrator modify or FC ntfs permissions.
I use the domain administrator account.
However my  second question is by replacing the inetres.admx file with the newer one from 11.0.0.0 , will this still support the current IE8 version?
Thanks for advice!
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Yes, the new inetres.admx adds support for IE 11 on top of the other versions, it should NOT take away support for IE 8
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Thank you Joshua, i can proceed with your advice!
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