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Popup when copying content between shares on citrix session "Windows Security Warning"

Posted on 2011-03-21
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Dear experts,

I have a very annoying problem in the environment which seems to happen only to one user (making that user very frustrated!)

Citrix Presention Server 4.5 environment on Windows 2003 servers
GPO's configured and local IP's and FQDN's added to intranet zones
Roaming terminal server profiles

I have tried whatever I could find to resolve this issue but whenever this user tries to copy between shares the "windows security warning" pops up

Any ideas ?

Kind regards
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by:basraj
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Can you check the user profile? Permission of the profile? If required, wipe out roaming profile or profiles anywhere present on the server and try. Also when user gets that warning, try to give don't show again. if still it pops out, then its not getting saved to profile properly. After user is out from Citrix apps, check if the profile still exists on the servers, c:\document settings and wipe out.
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by:ulensr
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Hi and thanks for the reply

All users have the TS profile option set in AD so they save their profile on a central share

I already tried renaming that folder so a new one get's created but without luck

Kind regards
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by:basraj
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Did you check the same with a different account and do the same change as this user performs? Also did you verify the permission of the profile on the central location? Also, did you clear any unremoved profiles from the server.
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by:ulensr
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Hi,

I have tried cleaning all old profiles, security is correct (user full rights and on all subitems)

The problem does NOT appear when the user used CTRL+C/V or right-click copy/paste however if that can help to isolate the cause

Kind regards
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FIxed it by logging in to terminal server profile by RDP and doing gpupdate /force
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