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  • Can you not just copy the short cut into the users profiles directory?

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  • If the computers have multiple users, I would suggest using the "Public" desktop.
    They will require admin rights to remove the shortcut this way, but if they do have permission to do so it will remove it for all users.

    Alternately, for new computers you can place it in the Default (hidden) desktop.
    This will copy the shortcut to all users' desktops, but they can delete it for themselves if they desire without affecting other users.

    It is important to note that the "Default" shortcuts will only apply the first time a user logs into a computer, after that, new shortcuts placed in this directory will not apply.

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  • What does Pearson support say?

    Probably something unhelpful because it's Pearson, but I had to ask.

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  • Also, not a directly helpful reply but, why not deploy the software via Group Policy?

    We do that here with the software deployed by computer, not by user, and the shortcut goes on everyone's desktop and cannot be deleted.

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  • WeirdFish wrote:

    What does Pearson support say?

    Probably something unhelpful because it's Pearson, but I had to ask.

    Pearson: The AT&T of educational software!

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