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Script to remove shortcut using GPO

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I need help getting a script to remove IE 64bit shortcut off WIn 7. Can someone please write out a quick one for me? Im not good at scripts at all. Thanks

This is what im trying to do:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/03880c51-9c98-4664-8692-1d32ed2626f5/gpo-internet-explorer-64bits?forum=winserverGP
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by:Joseph Moody
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Why not use Group Policy Preferences Shortcuts and set the action to delete?
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by:Thomas N
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That would be easier. I never did it before can you show me step by step how to do it? Thanks.
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Ok I went under user config | preferences | windows settings | shortcuts

It asks me location but it only has "all user programs". How do I specify if its the x86 or regular program files? I want to remove the 64 bit version and they both have the same name (iexplorer), the only difference is its in a different folder.
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Do it under computer config
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