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Client computer tries to access Citrix server floppy

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During the connection of a client computer to a Citrix Metaframe XP server the client computer tries to access the server floppy.  Once the session is established the client side doesn't attempt to access the floppy anymore.  How can you stop the client side trying to access the server floppy?
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Access to the server floppy drive is not supported in Citrix.  The ICA client does not map the servers floppy.  The application may try to map the local computers floppy drive to A: but it should never be able to access the server floppy.  What error message are you getting?
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