How to remove Outlook Express shortcut from start menu?

How to remove (darned) Outlook Express icon from the start menu of Terminal Server users on 2003 SP2?

I've tried few of the things listed here: tho I would like to hear from an expert how to avoid overly invasive actions.

Any help appreciated!
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Cláudio RodriguesFounder and CEOCommented:
Why don't you redirect the start menu? It is a best practice for SEVERAL reasons.
The step-by-step instructions are on the guide I wrote, "Terminal Services A to Z" available at no cost at

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mrmutAuthor Commented:
Nice guide. Pity I didn't have it when I was learning TS stuff.

And you just solved my problem! :-) I forgot I've redirected Start Menu, that's why other tricks didn't work, as the OE icon was there. Hid it, and it is no more!
Silly me.

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