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How to remove startup folder from ALL PROGRAMS in start menu

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I am trying to restrict the start menu for a domain user. I have managed to remove everything I want apart from the "Startup" folder under all programs.

The start folder is empty buy it is still visible in the start menu.

Is there a GPO to remove this or do I need to do something with the user profile.

This is an XP Pro machine.
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Gareth Gudger earned 2000 total points
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Supposedly it can't be deleted but it can be hidden. Check the comments here.
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/35738-45-remove-startup-folder
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That worked. Just marked the folder as hidden in the local user profile. I had already set up a gpo to stop the ALL USERS profile being included.

Just need to convert that into a roaming profile and its done.

Many thanks
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