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Access to remote PCs file system from Citrix

Access to remote PCs file system from Citrix

Access to remote PCs file system from Citrix

We're running XenApp 5.0 and have published apps for our users. If a user goes through the security dialog boxes of "a server application is trying to access your local client files" and chooses "full access" and "never ask again", can those files on the remote PC be accessed from the Citrix server? If so, how can you do this?



RE: Access to remote PCs file system from Citrix

If I understand your question, only from that client PC session. So if userA on PC-a does what you describe, userB on PC-b can't get to PC-a hard drive. And if you are actually on the same Citrix server (through RDP, direct at the console or through the citrix client), you cannot get to PC-a's hard drive. Only userA can see it from Citrix.

RE: Access to remote PCs file system from Citrix

Thanks a lot. I apprecaite your help.

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