HOW TO FIND AND REPLACE PATH IN CITRIX APPLICATION LOCATION

We have around 50 application published on Citrix server.

All the applications are referencing some files on server "A".  So all applications which are published have the location set as  \\severA\documents.

Now I wanted to change the \\serverA   to \\serverB, so instead of changing it manually on all the applications by right clicking and going to properties, is there any easier route


Thanks
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ET0000Commented:
The application info is located in the underlying datastore, so you could manipulate it more directly there, but you are generally better off using standard interfaces to edit things.
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KrAzYCommented:
You could use MFCOM scripting to edit these.  I don't have the details/script in front of me, but I believe the MFCOM SDK from Citrix will allow you to modify the Application Launch Command.
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OCUBEAuthor Commented:
Can you provide me with the script

thanks
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