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I inadvertantly moved my Great Plains folder from Start>All Programs to my desktop on one of my servers running 2008 R2.  Can someone tell me how to get this back into All Programs under the Start Menu.  Thanks.
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sorry if this sounds silly, but can you just drag it back in to the folder?  Also you can open up the start menu, right click on all programs and say "open for all users."  this will open a new explorer window for you to drag the folder back in to.
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Does sound silly at all to me.  I don't work extensively on the servers, so wasn't sure how to go about it.  Second suggestion worked perfect.  Thank you for the solution.
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