We need internet explorer 11 32 bit version running under Windows 2008R2, which is a 64 bit based OS. This is because all or thin client based applications running under the browser on the local IIS Web server, are designed for the IE 32 bit browser only.
You should download Internet Explorer if you're a very basic internet user. If you prefer paper books to Kindles, and writing letters to texting, this browser will be up your alley. You can watch videos, but after testing a few on YouTube, switching to another tab and then back again would cause the browser to crash. Avoid websites with a lot of ads and graphics, as those will make IE crash as well. This browser has come a long way in terms of speed with most sites loading in about three seconds or less. With that said, there are more things that you can't do than what you can, especially if you're trying this browser out after using others like Firefox or Chrome. No extensions, no heavy downloading, and playing browser games is nearly impossible for an extended amount of time.
This method is useless for my end, if target PC has no internet or ports to WU site are closed, since the cab files slip-streamed in the package are out of sign from MS, so that the IE installer from IEAK is trying to download the KB files once again during install, as per logs UEmain.log.
The only method i discovered and that works like a charm is to use cmd to install prerequisites and than install IE using dism and wusa, the files downloaded from MS prereq site and the package of IE, exported to path: -us/help/18520/download-internet-explorer-11-offline-installer 2b1af7f3a8