Automatic Version Synchronization (AVS)


Definition of Automatic Version Synchronization (AVS) in Network Encyclopedia.

What is AVS (Automatic Version Synchronization)?

Automatic Version Synchronization is a feature of the Microsoft Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK). Automatic Version Synchronization (AVS) runs each time the IEAK administrator runs the IEAK Wizard and checks Microsoft’s Web site for updates to Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Automatic Version Synchronization
Automatic Version Synchronization

These updates are automatically downloaded and can be distributed by the administrator to users throughout the enterprise.

Automatic Version Synchronization page in the IEAK 11 Wizard

The Automatic Version Synchronization page of the Internet Explorer Customization Wizard 11 runs the synchronization process every time you run the wizard, downloading the Internet Explorer 11 Setup file to your computer. The Setup file includes the required full and express packages.

To use the Automatic Version Synchronization page

  1. Click Synchronize. You might receive a security warning before downloading your Setup file, asking if you want to continue. Click Run to continue.
  2. Click Next to go to the Custom Components page or Back to go to the Feature Selection page.

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