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Hello,

We use a couple of Remote Apps from our terminal services servers. When saving a nd opening files, users have the Favourite Links option down the left hand side. The help them access their local drives and network shares we have suggested they create shortcuts in this menu.

However whenever they log off, and then go back into the app, these shortcuts have disappeared. I have checked under c:\users\username\links and the shortcuts exist, they just don't show up. If I add a link in there as admin, it does show up.

Please could someone help me understand if this is a permissions issue (GPO) or if it is a symptom of terminal services temorary folders etc. Can I add generic locations to an All Users/Links folder. That folder currently doesn't exist so it might need tweaking.

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Gavin
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