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@Steve Whitcher To the human eye it's the same file, but a computer just sees it as another file with the same name. It can't compare icons, maybe the file size is different (rounded 1 kb). What annoys me in the whole situation is I want a clean desktop. I don't want ANY shotcut on my desktop, unles...
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I can see where you'd get that idea, but the 'machine-wide' install is just the teams installer. That installer just runs at logon and installs teams in every user profile, just like a normal install. At least OneDrive has finally figured out how to do a true machine level install, maybe they could ...
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You can do a machine wide install of Teams https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/MicrosoftTeams/msi-deployment but it isn't the default. OneDrive it self is still defaulting to per-user install too. There is lots of blame to go around.
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@Brian Hoyt While you do have a good point, I don't think OneDrive can be absolved from blame here. Yes, the shortcuts should absolutely be on the public desktop instead, but we can't even get the Teams devs to listen to stop installing their whole dang client in each user's profile at this point. E...
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The duplicating of icons for Edge and Teams is because someone thought it was a good idea to generate an icon in the user's desktop every time they login to a new machine rather than placing it in the Public User\Desktop. This means a new one gets created faster than OneDrive Sync starts for first t...
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