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group policy to prevent my computer icon being deleted or renamed

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is there a win7 group policy to prevent my computer and recycle bin icons being deleted or renamed
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In short - no.  If an admin wants to get rid of it, they definitely can.

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Ideally they shouldnt be if its happening check if something is being forced if not there is no such policy to stop it ... rest is said above

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