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Citrix - need to "reset" allow access to local files responses

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I am using Citrix Presentation server 4.0 and am accessing Windows Explorer to transfer files from the remote system to my local PC.

When I first accessed the mapped local drives (V: = local C$ share) I misanswered the windows security prompt re "allow access".

I checked Don't Allow and Never Ask Me Again (or equivalent.)

I meant to check Always Allow and Never Ask Me Again (or equivalent.)

How can I "reset" this on my local PC so I can pick the right options and access the local drives?

Thanks,

Tim
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Connect to the server, then double-click the Citrix symbol in the taskbar, and click the "File security" button on the left side.
If you're using a published desktop, you'll get the same dialog from the window title menu.
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Thanks for the tip but I'm accessing the server through the Web Interface (using IE 7) - so there is no Citrix symbol in the task bar - just the IE icon.

The Settings button in the Application window doesn't have any security settings - just Presentation and Connection Settings.

Any other thoughts?
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Once you have the application open, you should see the Citrix icon in the task tray at the lower right.
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Aha! Perfect. Thanks!
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