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C drive not excessable

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I have a user that when she goes into Citrix and is using Excel 2010 and tries to save as a folder on her local C drive which is listed on explorer as C$ she cannot see what is in the C$ to save it? I have blown away her TS_profile, kept one session open and opened another session and still cannot see inside the drive. It is a freshly installeed image and she has local rights.
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Do you have full access in the Citrix Connection Center ?
 Full Access
If not change all to full access.
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Worked like a champ. Thanks. I keep forgetting this. Excellent answer for slow users like me. Thanks again
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You are welcome!
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