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Mapped Drives on Citrix

Posted on 2006-11-07
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Dear All,

I have a Citrix MF PS 4.0 installed on a Windows 2003 Server. It has 2 drives M & N,then one CD drive D and a mapped drive Z: (\\pc1\share)

My clients in the remote office will connect to Citrix via ICA web client and run an application. When they try to save some documents they can see their local drives (with a preceding $ sign) along with M , N and D which are the Citrix drives. But they cannot see Z:\ which is the mapped drive on Citrix Server.

I want to see this mapped drive. How can i do it through Citrix.Is it possible? If yes then how to do it?

Help please.
Thanks in advance
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enable drive mapping in terminal & citrix configurations. If this is not enabled, clients wont see the drive
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