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Allow mapping local disk XenApp 6.0 and Windows 2008 R2.

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In our company we have started using XenApp 6 with Windows 2008 R2. I want the user to have access to local drives, but I can`t find the right policy to set this up. Could someone explain me how I do this?

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Do you want to allow users to access their own local drives or the server's local drive?

You'd want to create policies using the Delivery console (used to be the Presentation Server Console) if you want them to access their own disk drive.

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Edit to my previous post:

Open up Citrix Advanced Configuration and look for Client Resources.
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