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Path to Streaming Profile files (UNC v DFS)

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Hi

We are about to publish some apps on our Citrix 4.5 farm for Application Streaming.

Apparently, when we publish the app, the location of the profiler file has to be in UNC format, e.g. \\server1\Citrixfiles\outlook.profile

Can we also present this as a DFS link, or is this not recommended in Citrix?

What's the difference between DFS and UNC, surely they point to the same thing?
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Yes, you can use DFS.
Check Best pratice guide from Citrix for all your answers: - http://support.citrix.com/article/ctx114664 
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