Default printer not saved in citrix

Default printer not saved in citrix, On which policy I need to check citrix or AD?
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Sekar ChinnakannuStaff EngineerCommented:
Check in citrix policy and set Printing -> Default Printer -> Do not adjust the user's default printe

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The default settings should map the user's default printer on the local workstation through to the Citrix session.  In addition to checking the above-mentioned policy, make sure that the setting is not adjusted elsewhere, such as via RDS GPO or local server GPO.  

Also, are you mapping the printer on the local device via AD Group Policy Preferences?  If so, please recheck that policy setting to ensure that the correct default printer is designated there.
sureshkumaritAuthor Commented:
Working fine, thanks
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