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Cannot see local folders in VMWare Horizon client despite selecting the share option and specifying the folders?

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I am trying to redirect some local folders on my PC to be available to the Horizon client on a virtual machine.  Despite setting the share options in the client preferences they are not showing up in the Virtual PC?  Has anyone got any suggestions to try and troubleshoot?

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