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Remote desktop in Win XP - Where is it? - lost my shortcut

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Remote desktop in Win XP -

I accidentally deleted my shortcut.

Where is the executable? I want to make another shortcut.

thanks!

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Question by:vanauden
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All Program -> Accessories -> Communications -> Remote Desktop Connection
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David-Howard earned 125 total points
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First...check your Recycle Bin. If it's there, right click and select Restore. :-)
The specific location of the executable is:
C:\WINNT\system32\mstsc.exe
David

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by:vanauden
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AdamRobinson - that is the shortcut that was deleted

recycle bin is empty (Shift Delete)

thanks!
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by:AdamRobinson
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Van:

Ahh!  Woops!  I keep my shortcut on my desktop.  Did the 'ole assuming thing there ;)

Glad you got it back.
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thanks guys!
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