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On Windows 7 I get a shortcut/icon on the desktop that shows all of the bundles on that machine....similar to the Application Window. I also have this same icon if I just open My Computer and it is under "Other".
On Windows XP I only get this icon in My Computer but I want it on the desktop like in Windows 7. I can drag it and make a shortcut in XP but want to know how I can get this automatically in ZCM. I looked everywhere but cannot figure it out. I don't want the Application Window.

It can not be that complicated but has me stumped 🙂

Thanks,
Scott
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You mean to say that the same bundles are assigned to an XP device in the same zone and they do not create the shortcuts on the XP device?
While assigning a bundle to a device, the first page in the assignmet wizard in ZCC gives you an option to say where you want the icons to show up. Did you specify that the icons be shown on the desktop?
scottdw;2174932 wrote:
On Windows 7 I get a shortcut/icon on the desktop that shows all of the bundles on that machine....similar to the Application Window. I also have this same icon if I just open My Computer and it is under "Other".
On Windows XP I only get this icon in My Computer but I want it on the desktop like in Windows 7. I can drag it and make a shortcut in XP but want to know how I can get this automatically in ZCM. I looked everywhere but cannot figure it out. I don't want the Application Window.

It can not be that complicated but has me stumped 🙂

Thanks,
Scott
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kvallish;2177334 wrote:
You mean to say that the same bundles are assigned to an XP device in the same zone and they do not create the shortcuts on the XP device?
While assigning a bundle to a device, the first page in the assignment wizard in ZCC gives you an option to say where you want the icons to show up. Did you specify that the icons be shown on the desktop?


Its not an actual bundle but the Application Window that shows all of bundles that are set to show in the Application Window. If you have a WinXP machine you will see the said icon inside of My Computer. If you have Win7 you will see it in My Computer and the Desktop. I want to know how to put this particular icon on the desktop in XP. I know how to put the Application Window on the desktop but this one seems different. It does not have to load up the Application Window but is rather a viewer that quickly opens up.


Thanks,
Scott
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