1.    22 Jul 2009 #1
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    Hidden public desktop folder


    Anyone know how to unhide the Public Desktop on Vista Enterprise 32bit?
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  2.    22 Jul 2009 #2
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    Re: Hidden public desktop folder


    Quote Originally Posted by firefiten View Post
    Anyone know how to unhide the Public Desktop on Vista Enterprise 32bit?
    navigate to public folder, right click on that and remove the hidden attribute

    Hidden Files and Folders

    -capture-png

    May i know what is the goal ?
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  3.    22 Jul 2009 #3
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    Re: Hidden public desktop folder


    To allow put one icon on the desktop for "all users" at the office.

    Thanks, I will give it try.
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  4.    24 Jul 2009 #4
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    Re: Hidden public desktop folder


    Unfortunately it did not work. The "public desktop" folder icon is not visible. Can this be done through cmd?
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  5.    24 Jul 2009 #5
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    Re: Hidden public desktop folder


    Quote Originally Posted by firefiten View Post
    Unfortunately it did not work. The "public desktop" folder icon is not visible. Can this be done through cmd?
    -capture-png

    I unhided that using that method.

    What is your goal? Why do want that folder to be visible?
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  6.    24 Jul 2009 #6
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    Re: Hidden public desktop folder


    The goal is to put an icon on all users desktop's. Like in XP when you could place it is "all users".
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  7.    24 Jul 2009 #7
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    Re: Hidden public desktop folder


    Quote Originally Posted by firefiten View Post
    The goal is to put an icon on all users desktop's. Like in XP when you could place it is "all users".
    No need to unhide the folder, u can copy shortcut as it is.

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