Hi.. This is my first time posting here..
I have a dilemma at our office. Basically we use Windows NT because of its flexibility in networking. Our IT department has locked down on installing software on our machines. On my desktop, I want to remove system icons like My Computer, Recycle Bin, My Documents and etc. Ive been searching the net as to how to hide them on NT Machines but to no avail. What I do now is I drag them as far as possible on one side of the screen (e.g. on the left side) so that it would be "hidden" but once i reboot, always show the system icons on the left side of screen..
*| | << basically this square is my screen
*| | the "*" is my icons outside
| | the what i see on my screen
once i reboot
|* | << this is the layout
Can anyone of the coders code a tool that preserves the icon layout on my desktop and once i reboot restore the layout. I know there are some softwares out there that would do the tool but since i cant install anything on my machine i cant use them.
Thanks in advance