[THIN] Re: PN Agent app refresh

Ok let me give another idea then... how about you don't create the icons on the 
desktop and only on the start menu in a FOLDER you specify. Could you not then 
just have a shortcut to the folder created already on the desktop and it would 
remain in the same place always?
  Jim 

Jeff Pitsch > wrote:
    I'm telling you, citrix recreates the icons on refresh.  It's a logical 
course of action because if the user is removed from accessing an application 
then PNA must delete the icon.
   
  Jeff

 
  On 1/30/06, Jim Kenzig http://ThinHelp.com <jkenzig@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:     One 
other thing that struck me that you might try...make his home desktop icons 
read only and see if they move.  I know there are all sorts of utilities out 
there to lock the desktop. Wonder if you have to go down that road. 
  Jim
  

Evan Mann < wrote:
    Windows desktop.  Auto arrange is turned off for this user.
   
   

    
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  From: thin-bounce@freel ists.org [mailto: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
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Sent: Monday, January 30, 2006 10:55 AM 
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Re: PN Agent app refresh

 
  
  Are you talking about the icons on the desktop or the start menu?  That is a 
windows function under view of the appropriate folder. You need to uncheck 
autoarrange.
  JK

Jeff Pitsch <> wrote:
    I do not think there is because PNA is actually recreating the icons when 
it refreshes.
   
  Jeff

 
  On 1/30/06, Evan Mann <.com> wrote:     Is there a way to stop PNAgent from 
moving all your icons around when it does an app refresh at logon to the 
client? 

  

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