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Windows Thread, RM CC4 - How to show Power and Volume icons in System Tray? in Technical; Worked for me, just need to take the spaces out in Curre ntVersion and 00,00,00 ,03,00,00,00 Cheers...
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    Worked for me, just need to take the spaces out in Curre ntVersion and 00,00,00 ,03,00,00,00

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Brown View Post
    Happy to do so. Sorry for being a noob, how do I upload files on here?!?!
    Might be easier to paste the code here and then link us to it? pastebin - Type, paste, share.

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    Is this right? n3lmGxkA | shrib.com

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    Thanks!

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    Good frag that. Will get it added soon.

    As a side point, I have added a short cut to Core Programs for Volume Control and Sound Levels, this normally sorts out the issue.

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    Have you had to edit the user policy to disable 'replace Windows the Windows Volume Control' or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    Have you had to edit the user policy to disable 'replace Windows the Windows Volume Control' or not?
    Yes had to disable that.

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    Yeah we did this as well although the IT teacher was adamant we try and get it in the system tray which is how I found this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Brown View Post
    Yes had to disable that.
    How did you do this?

    I've tried all three options, green tick, red cross, blank box, and get a message "a conflict has been found" every time. Anybody else have that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mp4-dave View Post
    How did you do this?

    I've tried all three options, green tick, red cross, blank box, and get a message "a conflict has been found" every time. Anybody else have that?
    Yes it rings a bell actually. Think it came up once when I tested it although I just ignored it and it still ended up working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Brown View Post
    Yes it rings a bell actually. Think it came up once when I tested it although I just ignored it and it still ended up working.
    It comes up repeatedly for me too but seems to work.

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    Adding the reg policy doesn't seem to have worked for my test user. The volume icon still doesn't appear

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