We are currently planning an upgrade of the software to support our web-based Oracle applications. At the same time we are going to be upgrading all PCs from IE6 to IE7. The entire process consists of three separate steps:-
- Install IE7 (using vulscan)
- Remove all old Java Runtimes (via a batch file deployment)
- Install JRE 1.6.0 u14 (standard .exe deployment)
Ideally I'd like to use the patching process to install IE7. There are two reasons for this - 1) it works! 2) Although most PCs have the English version of XP, we also have a number of other languages out there too.
All of these tasks run fine in isolation but the question is, what is the best way to chain these three processes together? I'm trying to avoid having to create a customised IE7 installer.
Thanks in advance,