Installing an "Startup on Login" App on Vista or Windows 7?

To install a .NET app on XP so that it launches when the user logs in,
all
you had to do was add a folder named Startup to the User's Programs
Menu object the Setup project's file system, and create a shortcut in
that folder that runs the app's primary output.

This does not seem to work with Vista or Windows 7, apparently due to
the different location on the disk for the Start menu folder tree.


What's the trick to get this to work on either XP, Vista or Windows
7?
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