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Presentatio Server 4.5 Advanced, cannot publish streamed applications


I have Presentation Server 4.5 running on Windows Server 2003 x86 R2. I have streamed some applications and I I'm trying to publish my streamed application. In publishing wizard in final step when i press "finnish" I get error message: "Application could not be published in folder".  

This publishing was working before without issues but not anymore. I have tried to find some additional error messages or something but havent found anything. Does anyone have experience what might be wrong in my environment? I have also other environments with XenApp5 and XenApp6 and I havent faced this kind of problems with them at all.

I have tried to get some solution for this also from Citrix Forums but without luck. Look my post here: http://forums.citrix.com/thread.jspa?messageID=1487488�
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kmkingCommented:
Sounds like a rights issue to me. Are you defined a full administrator or a custom administrator in the console?
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kmkingCommented:
Meh, I am reading your post on the Citrix forums and now I dont think its permission based...
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kmkingCommented:
Odd question, but is Citrix installed on the "C" drive on these servers?
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thaapavuoriAuthor Commented:
It's installed on M drive. This is different if I compare it to my other Citrix environments. This M drive is anyway system drive and C drive is reserved to clients C drive.
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thaapavuoriAuthor Commented:
I installed my XenApp once again in C drive and it's working now. This is not documented thing but look like this is the way how Citrix works.
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thaapavuoriAuthor Commented:
I found this solution by testing and testing again
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