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I am trying to map a drive via UNC path in Xenapp 6.5

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I have a Xenapp 6.5 server.  When a user launches an application I want to map a drive to a public share on a different server in the network.  \\vm04-sql\public.  I tried everything.  I put a net use command in the usrlogon.cmd file on the server.  I cannot get it to map.  This is a windows 2008 R2 server.  Any help would be appreciated.
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You can create a group policy for the same in windows and assign to citrix OU so that whenever user launch application policy will map the share drive. for steps http://www.howtogeek.com/99403/it-how-to-map-network-drives-on-windows-clients-via-group-policy/
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That worked beautifully. Thanks
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Perfect solution
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