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    Item Level targetting

    I have all of my users start menu redirected to the same folder.... for example

    \\server1\network\Start Menu\Programs >>

    SO everyones redirected to use that start menu... it works great but what I'm trying to achieve is I want the correct shortcuts in the start menu via GPP and ILT to apply - for instance I only have MS Project on 3 machines.... So I believe I've set my ILT with file matching so that if it finds Project in Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\WINPROJ.EXE it adds a shortcut through GPP (Shortcuts) to the Core Applications folder on the start menu, So am I right in thinking if they go on a machine that doesn't have that program it wont get that shortcut on it's start menu ? Every user is getting Project on start menu regardless of machine but I have ILT setup!

    Am I missing something ?

    Thanks In Advance!

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    From what you're saying, if you added the Computer Objects in question to a group, then use Item Level targetting to narrow it down just to that group containing the three workstations.

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