Taskbar Toolbar remove Libraries, Network, Control Panel

I am working with Windows 7 Enterprise.

I unpin all the stuff Microsoft usually puts and add a new toolbar: Right click toolbar > Toolbars > New Toolbars > Desktop.

The desktop toolbar by default comes with the Libraries folder, the users My documents folder, Computer, Network, and Control Panel.  How can i remove Libraires, Network, and Control Panel Folder?

User's have access to these folders and they are in their Start Menu but I don't see the need for these folders to be on the desktop toolbar. I don't want it be so cluttered with unneeded icons.  It will get already cluttered with all the links they put on their desktop.  I've searched the web as much as can but I don't see a clear answer so I come to the experts.  See the pic attached.  Please help!!!
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ozzalotAsked:
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Don ThomsonCommented:
Have you tried just right mouse clicking on them and unpin
Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
If you remove those icons from the desktop, they are gone from the desktop toolbar, of course.

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ozzalotAuthor Commented:
Qlemo,

Is there no way to remove them from the desktop toolbar without removing them from Start Menu?

Right clicking and unpin or deleting from from desktop toolbar does not work even though the option is there.  I am also doing this with a use with Admin Rights.
Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
"Start Menu" != "Desktop". Your toolbar is just a link to the desktop, and hence all you see on desktop (as links) is visible in the toolbar exactly the same.
If you want something static as a toolbar, create a new one, and put the links as required into it.
ozzalotAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the late response.  Just been so busy.  Sucks MS doesn't give us complete control over this.
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