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Dear Expert,

I have Citrix Server configured on Windows Server 2008 EE R2 x64. When I try to access any shared path on the same network/domain, it always asks for the credentials. when I do the same with my client machine (windows 7 professional) it never ask for credentials.

For example:-

my machine full qualified name is window2008.domain.com and i am trying to access //windows7.domain.com/shared

I like it to do the same as my machine does, connects with domain fellow machines without promting,

Regards
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go into control panel credential manager and add the credentials into there and then save it
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