what a strange problem
How about creating a bat to see if that works . create a new .bat
put the following inside
start iexplore www.google.com
Will try that tomorrow - I wondered if it is some sort of setting somewhere that blocks links to webpages? Could that be it?
There was a setting blocking webpage links somewhere - don't ask me where now - one of my beloved support network sorted it out for me.
So the links are fine on the student desktop but still not appearing on staff desktop even though my server is set up with redirected folders containing staff and student desktop folders.
In server 2008 I know how to do the staff shortcut by group policy but not sure how to do it in 2003 as no preferences. Can anyone enlighten me
What i suggest is what is different for students and staff. If student accounts work then their must be something you done different for the staff.
Yes, I agree but currently cannot identify what is different.......will keep looking
On a related issue - I am trying to get a desktop shortcut for some locally installed software on some of the Win 7 netbooks. I know I have to show hidden folders etc to get to the 'public desktop' folder but although I have set it to show everything the folder is not there.
Can anyone help?
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