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Posted on 2014-10-25
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Hello

I use an RDP conection to my Windows 7 PRO office PC to connect from my home PC

THe problem is that every time I use the RDP connection and then I come back to my office PC, all desktop icons have moved on the desktop are aligned left of the screen (like if i do a manual re-alignement of icons)

And I have to rearrange them again and again

Any idea of this problem. ?

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On your Office PC, Right click on the desktop, click personalize, then click on Change Desktop Icons and then uncheck "Allow themes to change desktop icons"
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