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we have a fairly large citrix xenapp infrastructure, with over 25 xenapp servers. Some users access them internally via WYSE terminals, other remote workers access them through a citrix remote access gateway. i dont manage this are myself, but from a security angle, an end user demonstrated that on a small number of the servers, when the load balancer puts his session on those - he can actually see the local C drive of the PC in which he has made the connection. The way the environment was set up was to prevent access to the users local drive for malware prevention and data leakage protections. This is not the same for any other user I know of - but where would you start to look to see what when that user is logged into a specific set of these xenapp servers he can see his local drives, whereas nobody else can on any server. Is this likely to be something set in citrix or on the servers underlying OS (which are all 2008 R2)
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Hi

I would look at how the drives are blocked. I assume its through Group Policy. That is where I would start.

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Mark
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