Zenworks Configuration Management - Application Launcher

We recently upgraded one of my customer to a Server 2K3 R2. They would like to utilize an application launcher. I did a bit of research and found Zenworks Configuration Manager 10.  It seem like a real nice app however I'm having a bit of trouble with the configuration. When a user logs on I would like a window containing shortcuts to their applications to be on their desktop. I assume that I must install the apps on the server and distribute via a bundle, but im not sure what type of bundle to use or if this is the correct procedure. Is anyone familair with Zenworks Configuration Manager and willing to help? If any info is needed please let me know. Thanks
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simplemojoAuthor Commented:
I found the solution. The applications do not have to be installed on the server. You must create a directive bundle, and select launch windows executable.
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