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Posted on 2014-12-23
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Hi, I have alreday created Exe file using C# 2012 , using publish.
When after i installed in the client machine, its will automaticaly appear in the Start menue, i don't want to show in the start menue, can someone show me how to do that or any idea appriciated.
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If you look in the bin/debug folder of the project you will find the exe for the project. You should be able to just place this exe on the client machine and create a shortcut manually if required.

Note: If you have used a app.config or third party dll's in your project ensure that you get these files as well
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To prevent a start menu item from being created, you can select "This application is available online only".
This option is available when you define your publish settings under the "Install Mode and Settings" section,.
Keep in mind that this option prevents a start menu item from being created but it means that the application can only be launched from the site it's published to.
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