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Posted on 2014-12-02
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hi experts,

 so when I start up my laptop all show hidden icons appear all accross the taskbar. in other words they are not hidden to where I can click on the up arrow and select a program. They are all in the across the task bar. i restart and the same thing happens. When I click on customize the Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbar is NOT checked but the system acts like if it was checked. so i'm thinking it's probably some type of group policy, system is on a domain. Any thoughts? work around for this?
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I don't think this is related to active directory and GPO

Can you upload screen shot here what you are trying to say please
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hello Mahesh, you were correct this was malware and not ad
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