[THIN] Re: Network drives mappings in ICA client

With some vb prgramming it is possible to do a netuse on the client machine,
check the connections have them filtered true a vb procedure, have it
compiled 
a batch file mapping them when logging on to the server,

But i dont script so good ! :)

but its possible...

:)





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Thanks for your answers Kristof and John.
Yes, logon domains and accounts are different. I don't know if it would be 
possible to enumerate user's local and network drives and map them all in 
the ICA session using a logon script.
I guess I'm going to tell the users that in their ICA session they will 
only have their local drives (C, D...) remapped and that they can use them 
as buffers when they need to copy files.

Bye






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Hi,

The logon domain and account from the local workspace are different from 
the
Citrix logon environment?

Statick mappings are rahter hard to map true i gues, but is is possible 
true
scripting.
i Cant help you with that ......

Maybe i miss something and maybe someone else knows how to do it.

Here the users have the same login script on the lacol workspace and on 
the
ctx servers....
In the script is chekked if they are logging on to a server or to a ws.

Regards

K.




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No, so I guess it is the normal behavior.
I can map network drives in login scripts but how can I know the list of 
network drives they have on their client prior to launching ICA client?
People can connect from anywhere, I don't manage their network drives but 
they sometimes need to exchange files from TS and their network drives.
Any idea ?





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have they ever done?

if you use your doamin login script , you can map them like your client =
does

thats all i do.

john

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Sent: Monday, 25 November 2002 8:52 PM
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Subject: [THIN] Network drives mappings in ICA client


Hello List,

Local client drives are correctly mapped in ICA sessions but network=20
drives are not mapped.
Someone knows why and what can I do to allow users to get their network=20
drives in their ICA session ?

MFXP + FR2 is running on W2K SP3.

Thanks


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