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Running a script when closing Citrix published applications

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I'm looking for an easy way to run a script to disconnect COM ports when a user closes a Citrix 4.5 published application.  I don't see an obvious option for this anywhere in the application configuration and thought I might be missing it.
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Wow, exactly what I needed, great find.  Thanks!
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You're more than welcome :-) Thank you for the points.
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