I am currently setting up a Citrix environment for a customer and the way I have decided to do the Policies is printer based so there will be two policies for each printer 1 handles the default and one handles users who want it as an optional printer. I figured it was the easiest way to do it and have all the default policies above the general ones in priority.
However when I log into Citrix after creating these policies I added myself two two of them for example I added myself to Printer 1 (Default) policy because I wanted my default printer to be printer 1. And I added myself to Printer 2 (General) policy because I wanted the second one as an optional printer. I cannot see either of them, they are configured to only use the Citrix universal driver. In the printer 1 default policy it is set to set my default printer to printer 1 and in the printer 2 (General) policy it is set to "Do not adjust client default printer".
I do see a whole bunch of session printers the same printers just in different sessions is there anyway to hide those from the users so they do not see all the session printers?
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