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Cash Drawer using Citrix

Posted on 2013-06-26
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Hello Experts,
Please can someone help how to operate a cash drawer using Citrix 4.5. I have published a application where the cash drawer is triggered on COM1 port
I would greatly appreciate any help.

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Hi,
thanks for the speedy response.
I have tried mapping com1 on user profile on citrix server using the below command

Net use COM1: \\Clientccomputername\COM1:

But I recieved the following error
System error 67 has occurred.

The network name cannot be found.

Thanks for the help
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I am badly in need of help pleasssssssssseeeeeeeee
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I solved it.

- Open the command prompt inside Citrix ICA Session
- Type net use comx: \\client\comz:, where x is the server COM port and z is the client COM port. Also, client, is the word client and not the client workstation name.

For eg. net use com1: \\client\com1:

Hope it help others.

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Samir
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I solved on my own I posted solution that will help others.

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