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Why is not my local drives mapping up as normal on my mac?

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I have a mac with OS x versjon 10.9.5 and Citrix receiver/citrix viewer installed. When I use citrix published application and using windows explorer to browse, I can see my network drives and they are working as normalLocal-client-drives.docx. But my local drives are not mapping/showing as usual, the icons are blank/white and unresponsive. My other colleagues are also using mac and sitting on the same system but they don't have any problems.
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try to clear the user profile on citrix and check
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