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    GPO accidental deletion

    Ok!! Confession time I am a muppet!!

    Right glad that's over with. I have accidently deleted a GPO, that creates a shortcut in the start menu, i didnt remove the settings before I deleted it and the shortcut is still being created. Is there anyway I can retrieve the GPO, so that I can remove the shortcut? Or can I stop the GPO taking effect?

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    Thanks for that FN-GM. I tried that but in the Recycle Bin it said "No Group Policy objects found".

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    I belive thats if you have MDOP (with the group policy pack) deployed only...

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    Can't you just re-create it, add it as a new GPO which will then stop the shortcut being created?



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