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Internet Explorer (IE11) Retirement
As referenced in MC337246 and MC343720, the Internet Explorer 11 desktop application will retire on June 15, 2022, for certain versions of Windows 10.

When will this happen:

June 15, 2022

How will this affect your organization?

After June 15, 2022, legacy IE-based sites and apps must be accessed through Internet Explorer Mode (IE Mode) in Microsoft Edge. If any of the following are true for your organization, you should follow the steps below to prepare as your organization may be affected by the coming changes:

  • Any of your users use Internet Explorer.
  • Any of your users’ devices do not have Microsoft Edge installed.
  • Your organization uses legacy websites or applications that require IE.

Note: Windows 10 LTSC and Server are not impacted by this retirement.

For a full list of which versions of Windows are impacted, and more information on IE retirement, read our FAQ.

What you need to do to prepare?

Prepare your organization for these changes by following the steps provided below. For additional information, refer to the Getting Started guide for Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer mode. To ready your organization for these changes, Microsoft Managed Desktop recommends you do the following:

Step 1: Install Microsoft Edge

Step 2: Set up IE Mode for Edge

Step 3: Set an internal retirement date and notify users of the upcoming change

Step 4: Disable IE to prevent retrogression on your internal retirement date

If you have any questions or concerns, or need assistance, file a new service request by visiting the Service Requests section of the admin center.

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