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Short: IE glitch fixed

Users of an Internet Explorer administration kit said they have begun receiving letters from Microsoft fixing a glitch in the supposedly easy-to-install software package. Microsoft had promised a ten-digit code to activate the software, which allows companies to customize the browser and simplify component installation. But CNET reported earlier that the kit came only with a seven-digit code, making it impossible to install. (See exclusive story.)

Users of an Internet Explorer administration kit said they have begun receiving letters from Microsoft fixing a glitch in the supposedly easy-to-install software package. Microsoft had promised a ten-digit code to activate the software, which allows companies to customize the browser and simplify component installation. But CNET reported earlier that the kit came only with a seven-digit code, making it impossible to install. (See exclusive story.)