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Shortcut Keys and Group Policy

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We have a GPO on our workstations for security on our platforms.  We also have icons installed on the desktop.  When logged in as administrator I can set the "shortcut" key for the icon, apply the setting, and it works.  e.g. Ctrl+Shift+K opens IE Icon pointing to a specific website.  When I log on as the user, this also works.  When I link the GPO, the shortcut keys no longer work.  Which group policy setting would affect this option?
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make sure you have SP1 installed for your XP.. it has that fix you need.. but make sure to take a look at this link..



http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;330459&Product=winxp
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