@DeathByVisualStudio: It doesn't matter if it's in the Start Menu or not. Let me reiterate: If it's not on the desktop, then it doesn't exist. I have users who call up because their program is gone and they can't do any work so fix it right now. They scan the desktop, and then sit there drooling on themselves. I go to there desk, Start>All Programs>SomeApp Folder>SomeApp. They then exclaim that they never knew that they could go there to get it, but could I please put it on their desktop.