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By msfiroudis ·
Hi,
I have a winnt4.0 platform w/95&98 machines. I'm using a system policy to hide all the icons on the desk top. Is there away to have a customized tool bar loaded on each computer using the system policy. There are only a couple of applicationsI would like to appear on the tool bar. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance..

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by poo_music In reply to system policy editor

You might need to use IEAK to solve this issues. Do check it out cause IEAK got its own policy as well.

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by Soekratis In reply to system policy editor

Login to the system using a unique user id and customized the desktop the way you want all users to have. When this is done, windows will create a profile folder of the unique (generic)user. place the folder in the locations where all user can access it, (server). Now, on the Policy Editor, Local Computer - Windows NT Shell, you can divert the default path of the Program dfolder, Desktop Icons, Start Menu and Startup Folder.

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