I've used Kace 1000 before to copy setting files, shortcuts and so on. I'm trying to find a way to copy a 7MB .jar file to the Public Desktop on computers running Windows 7 x64 Professional. I know with shortcuts the best practice is to add the shortcut to a folder and zip it up. Then have it set to target C:\Users\Public\Desktop using persist. While I could most likely get to work via a script, I want to do it the File Synchronization way because half the computers I need to target are laptops and not powered on most of the time. With File Synchronization I could target using labels and then leave it set and eventually it will. My issue is that while ini, json and internet shortcuts work fine, I can't get it to copy this sort of file this way. Any suggestions? What are the limitations of File Synchronization when using Kace 1000?  I realize that File Synchronization isn't exactly the same as coping something but it seems to work that way. I have tried having the file contained inside a zipped in a folder and with just the .jar file itself.
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