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    gpo software restrictions

    i m wondering how you can install software to all mavhines but for example only have sims.net shortcut show in the start menu for staff? i m from an RM bavkground, is there a setting in GPO for this? grateful for any help

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    not easily done but the way i would attempt would be to point the start menu at a local folder and deploy a short cut to sims to that folder when sims is deployed.

    other than that set up a vb app to sync which programs are installed to which icons are available.

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    Thanks for info, will look into it, how does everyone else do this?

    From what I see Server 2008 improves this, is that true?

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