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Hi guys!

Last question on this kix stuff from me.

We have 15 domain controllers servicing clients in different locations throughout australia.

In the netlogon share of each, we have a kix folder, inside a kix32.exe etc. with a citrix.kix

I have a citrix.cmd logon file that i have placed in the netlogon share.

What i want to do in the citrix.cmd is the following:

\\%logonserver%\netlogon\kix\kix32.exe \\%logonserver%\netlogon\kix\citrix.kix

This isnt working and Im sure its something easy, but would love your help.

The reason i want to use the %logonserver% is so that the kix32.exe will run from whatever logonserver the client is using.

Thanks in advance.

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Michael PfisterCommented:
Just remove the leading backslashes, %logonserver% already has them included.

%logonserver%\netlogon\kix\kix32.exe %logonserver%\netlogon\kix\citrix.kix
Simon336697Author Commented:
Thanks mpfister!

Michael PfisterCommented:
Glad it helped!


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