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Currently, we have a set of shortcut icons that every single person has on their desktop (these icons are put on their desktop via GPO to begin wi/). What I want to do is instead, create a folder on everyone's desktop & have all those shortcut icon's moved into that folder (so I'm guessing a move will have to be required)? I've followed the following & was able to successfully create the folder on the desktop:

https://www.morgantechspace.com/2014/03/Create-a-Folder-on-Desktop-through-Group-Policy.html

However, I'm having problems now placing the shortcuts into the folder. I'm not sure if I have to create another GPO or edit the existing ones (creating the shortcut GPO or creating the folder GPO).

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There's no direct Group Policy settings for moving these files. You need to remove the existing files and then create new ones inside the folder. In some cases you could use a script for moving all .lnk files in a folder to a subfolder. However, your current GPO would recreate them, making this approach unsuitable.

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