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    Redirect shortcuts for Office 2010

    We've been happily redirecting shortcuts for some time now with Office 2003, Office 2007 now we come to 2010 and the shortcuts can be clicked on but nothing happens the shortcuts are all redirected from a Read only network share. Office 2010 still works because pupils can click on their old files and bring it up. Internet Explorer also seems to have this afflication now. Has anyone got a solution?



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    Try making your own manual shortcut. A good way of making the shortcut is to use the %programfiles% switch. This will mean that if you have a mixed 32 and 64 bit environment, you will not have a problem deploying universal shortcuts. In case you don't know, 32 and 64 bit environments can wreak havoc with shared shortcuts as 64 bit programs have C:\Program Files and C:\Program Files (x86).

    Hope that helps.



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