Place applications in Dock

Path

User Configuration > Policies > Centrify Settings > Mac OS X Settings > Dock Settings > Place applications in Dock

Description

List the applications to include in the Dock. After you enable this policy, click Add to enter the path to the application you want included in the Dock. Then click OK. You can click Add again to add additional applications. For example, to add Firefox and Chess icons to the Dock, type the application paths:

/Applications/Firefox.app

Click OK. Then click Add and enter:

/Applications/Chess.app

The icons for the applications you specify are placed to the left or above the separator line in the Dock in the order you enter them, up to 10 items. if you add more than 10 the order may be random. If the path to an application is incorrect, a question mark (?) is displayed in the Dock in place of the application’s icon.

This group policy does not sort icons from the initial system list. To sort these items, such as the Mail application icon, you can add the item to the list.

Once enabled, this group policy takes effect when users log out and log back in.