DESKTOP ICONS DOES NOT APPEAR ON CLIENT PCs

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Dell PowerEdge
Desktop Management
Hello IT Pros! Pls help me solve this problem. My Icon do not appear on the client PCs anytime Users log onto the Server(Dell PowerEdge 2600. It happens that you have to manually bring the Icons to the screen anytime the PCs are Booted or Re-booted. This problem persisted and I'v no clue to te solution. Pls help me...!

Software/Hardware used:
server 2003

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Thanks Friends for the answer
I always had to bring the Icons on the screens of each client pc on the network and re-map the network drive b4 users can use their Pcs. The OS of the server is 2003, and that of the client Pcs are Xp Pro.

I normally bring the Icons on the screen by right clicking the desktop, then properties, Desktop and customise. This Problem only ocurs on the domain enviroment and not on the local computer enviroment, and this problem happens to all clients on the domail all the time.

Your help will be well appreciated.

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  • carlosdl
    You might want to provide more details. What do you mean by "log onto the server" exactly ? (terminal services ?) Where do you bring the Icons to the screen from ? Is this a domain environment ? What's the clients OS ? Does that happen with all clients ?
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  • AndreaF
    Have you tried dropping the icons into the All Users/Desktop folder?
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