I’ve seen several people try to resolve Windows 7 and IE6 compatibility issues through methods that are not only not supported, but also against the Microsoft IP licensing rules (e.g. removing it from Windows XP and forcing onto Windows 7). Using a Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server and Citrix or Quest it is possible to put in place a low cost solution where IE is remoted (so you only see the IE 6 browser window, not the whole desktop) on a Windows 7 system. The pages that require IE6 are shown this way, while other pages are shown locally with IE8/9.
You can learn about the Citrix solution here or here for a solution from Quest. A good write up on the options can be found here - http://www.virtualizationpractice.com/blog/?p=13493.
Sat, Dec 10 2011 1:35 AM