I'm using the AIR update framework (ApplicationUpdaterUI),
and whenever the user updates the application, a new desktop icon
gets created (overwriting any existing desktop icon there). Is
there a way to suppress this behaviour, or can someone suggest a
Here's the situation:
Our AIR app uses a separate bootstrapping application to
launch some services before the AIR application launches, so it's
important that the user does not run the AIR executable themselves.
Our installer creates a desktop icon that points to the
bootstrapping executable. When the user updates the application, it
replaces our desktop icon with the AIR shortcut.