This article provides an overview of the delivery process and options available for IT administrators to control how and when Internet Explorer 10 is deployed to their organization through Automatic Updates.
Automatic Updates will only offer Internet Explorer 10 to users with local administrator accounts.
If you have configured WSUS to "auto-approve" Update Rollup packages (this is not the default configuration), Internet Explorer 10 will be automatically approved for installation and consequently, you may want to take the actions below to manage how and when this update is installed.
The Internet Explorer Blocker Toolkit blocks only installation that occurs by using Windows Update and Automatic Update.
We believe, and take a huge amount of pride that, among widely used browsers, IE is the safest in the world due to its secure development and ability to protect customers, even in the face of cybercriminals who want to break it.
This means that when we saw the first reports about this vulnerability we said fix it, fix it fast, and fix it for all our customers. The update that does this goes live today at 10 a.m. If you are like most people, you have automatic updates turned on, and you’ll get this new update without having to do anything.
Internet Explorer 10 will be available as an “Important” update through the Automatic Update feature of Windows Update.
Users of Windows 7 Service Pack 1, who have opted to download and install updates automatically through Windows Update (recommended setting), will automatically be upgraded to Internet Explorer 10.
Internet Explorer 10 will be available for users of the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), and 64-bit version of Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.This wiki How will show you how to update the most recent versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer.