Windows 10: GPO or windows registry a way to keep the ICONE vnc fixed

  1.    31 Aug 2016 #1

    GPO or windows registry a way to keep the ICONE vnc fixed

    Good afternoon. I'm from Brazil.

    I need to create a GPO or windows registry a way to keep the ICONE vnc fixed in the notification bar . Is there a way to do this by own windows system as previously posted . But as users use the AD each User to log in your have to make this change . So the question is there any way . The following picture as accurate!
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