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Deleted Administrative Tools Shortcuts :-(

Posted on 2006-10-28
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Hi Everyone...

I have major bodged up when i ran a script that was meant for an xp client that deletes the all users folder from docs and settings, this is bad on a server because it has deleted all of the shortcuts to all of the admin tools... i dont know where i can get them back from either... even a list of the shortcuts for windows server 2003 r2 so i can re make them would be greatly appreciated, thanks

Kristan
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oh no... even manage your server shortcut has gone missing from there too... i carnt do anything now :-(
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if someone could copy the shortcuts and email them to me in an zip as an attatchment that would be even better... email address removed by sembee.
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im raising the points in a hope for any responce at all!
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Why don't you just build another Windows 2003 Server in VMWARE or Virtual PC, don't join it to the domain and then copy the shortcuts across yourself? Take an hour max.

Simon.
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Yeah, I Guess... Pain in the a$$ though. Just for some shortcuts
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