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How to avoid .lnk files being created in root(C:)

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I have written a VB application which accesses an excel file from the
network drive and import the data into the database. We need to run this job
under a user previleges in an unattended mode(means without actually logging
into the system). So, we have modified the dcom settings of the
application's component to give the necessary launch permissions to the user
who runs the job.

The problem is with .lnk files (means shortcut files) are being created in
the root drive. We supsect that the problem is with the profile. Because if
we see the .lnk files properties, they are pointing to the physical folders
and files of the network drive.

Could someone help on this?

Bye For Now,

Nov 21 '05 #1
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