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I ran the above command in my win2k pro. It produces a "compatibility" tab in shortcuts but only under administrative account(s). Is it true that we can't produce the same tab under users? :confused:
 

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Well. If I am under an administrative account then I can see every shortcut with a compatibility tab. But when I switch to a user account( power or restricted) then all the compatibility tabs just not there. So the answer is NO.

I read a MS doc on XP about a work around this problem by using a UNC path. But I am not sure I am clear enough about how to work it.
 

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I suppose you could create the shortcut and set the compatibility tab as you want it and save the shortcut in All Users desktop so users can access it but not change the setting. I assume then that it will use compatibility mode even if they cannot see it.
 
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