Citrix Freezes at Logon Scripts

We have about 10 Windows XP SP2 computers that are running the Citrix client ICA32, V9.15.
9 out of 10 work, however one has stopped working completely.
Once the client connects to the https web site, which happens to be a bank, they are prompted with a username and password. Once accepted the Citrix box is selected, it starts running and freezes on the "Running Logon Scripts" everytime. Never gets any further, just on one pc, regardless the profile that is being used.
I have uninstalled, and reinstalled twice, gave the user full permission to the Citrix folder, cleared browser history, removed the Citrix folder after uninstalling and even removed the 008 from the MSLicensing registry (read it somewhere). Has anyone came across this problem?
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gsgiCommented:
Try deleting their ad account and making them a new one.  Or just add them a new ad account with a 2 after it and test.  -gsgi
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DFCRJAuthor Commented:
Tried. Doesnt matter what profile you sign onto the computer with or the profile you sign into the Citrix web site in, on that pc it freezes at the logon script.
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DFCRJAuthor Commented:
That seems to be more oriented towards a windows login script rather than a Citrix script running on a client pc.
I thought at first it was the user profile, so logging in with a new one should work, but it didnt'.
I see the WFICA32.exe running on the client pc and then stopping.
I've added registry entries for timeouts, etc.
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gsgiCommented:
it think the guys point was to replace whatever script with an echo statement.  to rule out the actual script as the culprit.
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gsgiCommented:
it think the guys point was to replace whatever script with an echo statement.  to rule out the actual script as the culprit.
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DFCRJAuthor Commented:
I guess your right, I didnt think about that way. I'll check into this article and let you know..
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DFCRJAuthor Commented:
We'll I've spent all the time I can on this, I'm going to format the freaking thing and be done with it. I appreciate the help with this!!!
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gsgiCommented:
Well as frustrating as that is to do, it is still often the best and fastest fix.  Unfortunately.
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