Hi All,

How to create package for ....
Shortcut for directory under Start Menu\Programs

"C:\program files\test" folder right click, drag & drop to C:\Documents and Settings\username\Start Menu\Programs & Select Create Shortcut Here....



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SKJ
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Answered 06/11/2007 by: AngelD
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I was able to create the shortcut, but when i click on Start Menu\Programs\shortcut -> it should expand with whatever .lnk files are there in that folder but its not happening : (
Answered 06/12/2007 by: skj
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By expand you mean open the specified folder right?
Answered 06/12/2007 by: AngelD
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whatever files get updated in "c:\Program Files\test" folder, should get reflected in Start Menu\Programs\test\.....


hope i have not confused you all ; (

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Answered 06/13/2007 by: skj
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Did anyone used junction.exe to create these kind of shortcuts ?
Answered 06/20/2007 by: skj
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Hi skj,
????? :-) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ...........
i think your post get more and more confusing (You got the feeling...).
Maybe, you should try to analyze your task thoroughly first?
And then describe here, step by step what exactly should be performed.
Don't want to offend you, but...
Regards, Nick
Answered 06/21/2007 by: nheim
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I think I know what he's saying.

He wants to create a shortcut to a folder in his start menu. He wants this folder "pointer" to expand to display the contents of the real folder in the start menu.

I've never tried this. You can do it in Windows no problem as I just tried it. Not sure if that's captured with a .lnk? Too lazy to test for him. =]
Answered 06/23/2007 by: turbokitty
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