User security inverts in Citrix session

Keith
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Yep, that's right.  One user in my domain logs into Citrix farm and works along until she is no longer able to access her drive on the share.  Looking closer freaks me out, because she can access all other folders!  Not her own, but every other folder.  Closing Citrix session and going back in fixes it, but it won't last.  What could she be doing to make this happen?  10 plus years as sys admin, I have never seen anything like this.  Am I blessed?

I have nuked the roaming profile a few times, replaced her PC, had her work fron a Wyse terminal, it still happens.  She is now running a new default profile on a different PC, and it has happened twice today.

Gurus, what y'all got?

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Prayers :)
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Good Call!

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Version of XA and Windows?

How are you presenting a share (i.e. published desktop/application and then via what)?

It sounds like everyone can see a share.  Is it mapped or UNC?  Under that share there are user folders and each user should only have access to their folder?
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Published desktop for all users. Shared drive is a mapped drive (Z:) to a folder on a separate server. All users have a subfolder with permissions set to make it private for them.
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Published desktop for all users. Shared drive is a mapped drive (Z:) to a folder on a separate server. All users have a subfolder with permissions set to make it private for them.
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'cuse the dupe. Server 2003 sp3.

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If you check the security permissions on the folder when she has access and then when she doesn't have access do the security permissions change?
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I did that yesterday. Security settings still look good when it is happening.
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The Citrix farm is PS 4.5.5, the client is version 11, but I have tried a few different client versions without affecting the problem.
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I always get the wierd stuff...

I disabled her account, set up anpother account with a different login and she is back in action.  No security issues as yet, been a week or so.
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It's a lame fix, but what options did I have?

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