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Posted on 2004-10-09
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I just created a group policy to restricted darn near everything, but in the process my .bat file that puts shortcuts on the desktop stopped working.  I get access denied error message when it trys to create the shortcut.  

What policy(ies) do I need to enable or disable in order to let the .bat file create shortcuts on the desktop?


thanks!!!!
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oh yeah I'm on 2003 server.
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if u like to run bat file and create same dirs on same desktop

1. or u need administrator rite
2. or u should be the user with the desktop u used to run it
to make it clear u cant create without administrator right over same another desktop user because is not urs

3.with ntfs u could give u rights to do what u like with dirs however u should have admin rights here too
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I see what your saying...kind of

but I got it working with your ummmm, advice


thanks
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