1. Click the Start button above the scroll bar to find the application that your organization wants to launch at startup.

  2. Right-click the application, select Advanced, and then select Open File Location. This interrupts the location where the fast route to the application is saved. If there is no option to open the file location, it means that the Application Marketplace will not be able to work when starting.

  3. With the file folder open, press the Windows logo key + R, type shell: startup and click OK. This will unpack the autorun folder.

  4. Copy and paste the handy shortcut to the application from the file location to this special startup folder.

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