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you can do it a few ways. There is no "create shortcut" option in SCCM so you need to script it somehow.

1. Create the shortcut, create a package and for the program, you can use powershell Copy-Item

2. Create the shortcut, create a package and for the program, you can use something like XCopy filename location /y

3. You can create the shortcut on the fly with powershell - http://powershellblogger.com/2016/01/create-shortcuts-lnk-or-url-files-with-powershell/

4. You can use something simple like AutoIt if you've used it before

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