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SBS 2008 - Folder Redirection - Common Desktop Icon

Posted on 2011-03-15
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Hi There,

I am configuring an SBS 2008 server with roaming profiles, redirected desktop and my docs with the default settings. My question is this:

Is there any way to have a default set of desktop icons that get applied to all user accounts?

Thankyou!

Dave
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You can always copy down the icons you want to the All Users\desktop folder, but this won't prevent users adding their own icons.
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An answer way given, but no feedback was forthcoming from the OP. EE doesn't work in a vacuum.
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