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How do I change a clients default drive in Citrix?

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I have an application published in Citrix Presentation Server.  I have a need for the Clients to be able to attach a file from their local drive as part of what the application does.  By default the drive that comes up is the Citrix Server local drive.  I would like to change that to the Clients default first drive C$.  How do I accomplish that?  In addition is there a way to hide the server drive . . . . I have it as P:?
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by:Carl Webster
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Check out this article I wrote:

http://www.dabcc.com/article.aspx?id=9682
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CarlWebster:

I actually read your article prior to posting my request and it is a great article.  However it appears your article involves steps to change what the default client drives start their mapping letters at.  My issue is when I am in an app and go to access the local client drive the first drive that comes up is the Citrix Server drive.  I would like ti to be the Local clients C$ drive.  Also if I could find a way to hide the server drives from the client but client still have access to their local client drives that would be a huge plus.  

Hopefully you understand what I am saying.  Let me know if you don't.  Thanks.
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I also wrote an article on hiding server drives.

http://www.dabcc.com/article.aspx?id=10857
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