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    Universal Quick Access panel

    Is there a way to set up the Quick Access panel *once* so that it then is the same and accessible for all users on a machine, or network, or part of a workgroup?

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    If you mean "Action Center" I'd say NO unless you are in a domain environment where you might do it with Group Policy.
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    Chuck,

    You can just setup a folder (or folder tree) on a drive that is accessible to all users of the workgroup. Just place shortcuts to the desired items in the folder (use a folder tree to categorize the items). Then on each machine place a new toolbar on the taskbar and point it to the top level folder of your tree.

    FYI: Make sure that the shortcuts point to "Standard Installation Directories", "Windows System Directories", or "Workgroup Accessable Locations", e.g. places that won't change from user to user or machine to machine!

    Here's Mine:
    menus.PNG

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    May the Forces of good computing be with you!

    RG

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