Deleting desktop shotcuts after login script ran
Posted on 2008-02-10
I use Win XP Pro (SP 2).
When I log into my company's domain, the login script places approx. 15 shortcut icons on my desktop (which includes shortcuts to MS office, several network resources and even Windows Media player).
I never us any of these and it just clutters up my desktop.
The sysadmins can't remove this from the login script, as some employees use them.
Is it possible to place a script in the Start up Folder, which will run after the login script has executed, which will delete the icons from my desktop?
What would this "clean-up" script contain?