it wont work
Yep, the /f goes at the end.
For some tips etc. But like Maniac says, you will end up prefering a scripting language of your choice and one you feel more comfortable with. For me its AutoIT & good old fashioned batch files. Maniac likes VB [ maybe thats why he is called Maniac.... ;-) ] only joking Mike.....
it wont work
Worked for me, did you log off and back on again or re-boot ?
Also did you work your way into regedit to check that the key was actually deleted ?
[ Remember it gets re-created after the logon / reboot ]
Maybe try running it as a logoff script, so the next time a user logs on the key is recreated and the menu order is reset.
If you could put up a copy I'd be forever grateful, sick of having to re-order it on each machine. Though I have seen on my Vista box that as soon as you add anything to the start menu, it organises it by name. If that is a registry setting then that could probably be applied to great effect in this scenario.Originally Posted by maniac
it's on the previous page.
I personally don't use this code so I don't know if it works in practice, but it does remove the start menu order registry key which, when tested, re-orders the start menu by name on my home desktop, so there's no reason it shouldn't work.
Personally I use a mandatory profile for students on the network which has had this registry key removed, so the start menu is always ordered by name by default.
Yes it does work, sorry. Thanks for your help
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