Where are user values stored in Informatica 9.6.1?

Hello.  We recently upgraded our Informatica environment to 9.6.1.  The server and installation is fine, the warehouse is fine, my questions are around the users accessing Informatica resources such as PowerCenter Client - Workflow Monitor, Workflow Manager, etc.  Users access the Informatica resources via Citrix, XenApp 6.5.

In previous versions, we were able to define the domain information (we have more than one environment, for example, dev, test, prod, etc.) in the domain.infa file.  The corresponding information was then put in the registry on the local Citrix server.  This enabled us to place the file and registry information on each server and it would then be available to all Citrix users access to the same 'Repository' list.  However; what is happening now since the upgrade, it is only retaining 1 item in the list instead of all of them.  The user then has to go to Repository, Configure Domains and redo this each time they launch because if they try to connect with the one item left in the Repository list, they will get  "PDSF_56008, Cannot connect to Domain (domain_inf) to look up service (coreservice/usernamangementservice)".   So essentially, they have to go through, Select Repository, and Configure domains.  The issue is, these changes are not being saved and the user has to set this up each time they launch the application whether it be on separate Citrix server, or even if they access the same one.

So, my question, where is the central location for these settings in Informatica 9.6.1?  Is there any new permissions required at the user/Windows Server 2008 R2 level?

Any information would be appreciated, I've been searching online, but not finding anything that defines what file or location these settings are stored.

Thank you in advance for your help.
jnordengAsked:
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Sekar ChinnakannuStaff EngineerCommented:
Most of the app settings usually store under citrix profile. Domain information need to be create under citrix profile on first time. I prefer its better to check with informatica support for applciaiton config details.
jnordengAuthor Commented:
We disregarded this and ended up having the users setup the information when they connected. Therefore, we are no longer maintaining this at a corporate level.

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