I installed Zimbra on Windows 7 and allowed it to install to its default path. I noticed the path was not the usual "C:\Program Files\..." but something along the lines of "c:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Zimbra..." which I thought odd but I let it go.
I also said no to "Create shortcut on Desktop" since I never allow programs to create desktop shortcuts, I manage everything through the start menu.
However, upon installation there is no shortcut in the Start Menu either - it appears it didn't put one there (just because I said no to desktop shortcut?) and now I can't figure out how to start the program.
I have looked at the above path "c:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Zimbra..." but I can't find anything obvious.
This is very strange behavior for a program install routine - hide the program in an unusual place, which moreover is a HIDDEN directory, provide no shortcuts ot it, and to top it off, make the program start in an unusual way (no .exe file).
Very frustrated with this.