Gotcha, Understand that. Still having issues with that command as well. In watch the login process for this pub app, the explorer does start, but immediately closes and then logs the session off. But if you already have another pub app open and then start the windows explorer, everything opens up as expected. Very strange. Aaron J Mason Windows Server Hosting Enterprise Computing Service PNC Financial Services 4100 W150th (B7-YB17-02-1) Cleveland, OH 44135 216.257.7146 (office) 216.357.0716 (cell) Aaron.Mason@xxxxxxx From: Webster <webster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: "thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Date: 10/27/2012 10:19 AM Subject: [THIN] Re: Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5 Sent by: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx The â/Dâ comes from the CD command (back when us old farts did everything from the CLI and had to know all this stuff). CD /D will change the current drive in addition to changing the current directory. Start /d âc:\windowsâ explorer.exe Essentially does the following: C: Cd \windows Explorer.exe If you did Start /d âj:\folder1\folder2â someprogram.exe Does: J: Cd \folder1\folder2 Someprogram.exe Does that help? Thanks Carl Webster Consultant and Citrix Technology Professional http://www.CarlWebster.com From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of aaron.mason@xxxxxxx Subject: [THIN] Re: Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5 hmm...Same result. what does the /d do? I didn't see that as an available option in the /? Thanks for your time, Aaron J Mason From: Alan Tropper <Alan.Tropper@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: [THIN] Re: Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5 Sent by: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Hi, I use a simple batch file to call explorer and publish it as explorer for users: start /d "c:\windows" /b explorer.exe Cheers Al From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of aaron.mason@xxxxxxx Subject: [THIN] Windows Explorer Windows 2008 R2 XenApp 6.5 Hi all, Running in to a little issue. We are looking to publish out the windows explorer for file management. In a Citrix article, the best practice is to use the "iexplore.exe /e" method to open it. Issue: When calling it in this method, when a user closes out the window to close the session, the iexplore process hangs around and does not close, thus the session stays open. I thought may user the LogoffCheckSysModules in the registry to close this upon session close out time, but it kills the process right away when attempting to open. Anyone see this before or have any thought? Also, if anyone is using any 3rd party file manager utilities, please feel free to respond as well and give me your feed back. The contents of this email are the property of PNC. If it was not addressed to you, you have no legal right to read it. If you think you received it in error, please notify the sender. Do not forward or copy without permission of the sender. This message may contain an advertisement of a product or service and thus may constitute a commercial electronic mail message under US Law. The postal address for PNC is 249 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. If you do not wish to receive any additional advertising or promotional messages from PNC at this e-mail address, click here to unsubscribe. https://pnc.p.delivery.net/m/u/pnc/uni/p.asp By unsubscribing to this message, you will be unsubscribed from all advertising or promotional messages from PNC. Removing your e-mail address from this mailing list will not affect your subscription to alerts, e-newsletters or account servicing e-mails.