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Users Ica sessions displaying all network and local printers

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We are running Citrix Xenapp 5.0 with Windows 2008 Server.
The issue that is occuring is that on some users sessions under their printer list, every single printer local and network we have in our domain is being listed.
The printers have been deleted but they show up the next time he logs in.
This is an issue on Thin Clients and local cpu's
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by:Craig Roberds
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Usually all printers show up for users with some admin rights?  It is just a few users?  Can you verify they are not in some admin group or have admin rights on the server or domain?
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by:amichaell
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This usually occurs if the user is an Admin (or maybe Power User) on the Citrix server.  I've also corrected this by running the tool in the link below.

http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX111464
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by:flugaurj
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This is not supported on Windows Server 2008
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Profile rebuild fixed the issue
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