Windows 7 Control Panel icon
We are starting to experiment with deploying Windows 7 clients on our Server 2008 R2 domain. All's working very well, I'm pleased (and surprised!) to report; however, we do have one annoying issue (so far) - for all users, a Control Panel icon appears on the desktop. This doesn't seem to occur for domain admins, but standard users (pupils/staff) all get the icon. It doesn't actually work - the 'restricted' message appears if they double click it - but it would be good to remove the icon somehow to avoid temptation. There must be a way to do this through Group Policies, but I can't seem to find it. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Also, is there any way of disabling libraries completely? At least whilst we have mixed XP and 7 clients, it would seem to make sense to stick to the known and understood 'My Documents' only.