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Internet Explorer 8 for Windows 7 Multiple Language Support Layer Definition File

Created: 27 Nov 2012 • Updated: 11 Jun 2013 | 3 comments
Balasubramanian Palaniappan's picture
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The Internet Explorer 7 for Windows 7 Language support Layer Definition File (LDF) provides a mechanism for customers of Symantec Workspace Virtualization to create the Virtual Application Layer and package without the need to capture the installation.

Prerequisites

- Internet Explorer 8 for Windows 7 Layer Definition File. Download.

Supported languages:

ara - Arabic

bgr - Bulgarian

chs - Simplified Chinese

cht - Traditional Chinese

csy - Czech

dan - Danish

deu - German

ell - Greek

esn - Spanish

eti - Estonian

fin - Finnish

fra - French

heb - Hebrew

hrv - Croatian

hun - Hungarian

ita - Italian

jpn - Japanese

kor - Korean

lth- Lithuanian

lvi - Latvian

nld - Dutch

nor - Norwegian

plk - Polish

ptb - Portuguese Brazil

ptg - Portuguese Portugal

rom - Romanian

rus - Russian

sky - Slovak

slv - Slovenian

sve - Swedish

tha - Thai

trk - Turkish

Change Log
Date Version Change Description
11/26/2012 1.0.84.0 Initial posting
     

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Pascal KOTTE's picture

Thanks your share,

Any Idea about a possible for IE8 or IE9 to run under Windows 8.1, using SWV 7.5 ?

~Pascal @ Kotte.net~ Do you speak French? Et utilisez Altiris: venez nous rejoindre sur le GUASF

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asnotb's picture

Hello Pascal, we are running IE8 and The multilanguage addon on various win 8.1 machines ik our production environment. You have tot tweak the IE8 layer before deploying it because there are some issues with interaction with office etc. But basically, it works.

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HelderRS's picture

Hello.

I managed to create the layer, and run Internet Explorer 8, but it starts with some bugs.

I can not access the settings menus, the delete key does not work inside of browser.

internet explorer 8.jpg

Could anyone help me?

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