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Old 12-08-2009, 01:20 PM   #1
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Automapping Citrix to local USB Drives


Is it possible in Linux to automap USB drives without having to define the USB drive in the Citrix Receiver.
Our Company uses a lot of Thin Client devices with Citrix. We are thinking about using some of our older machines with Linux on them as Thin Clients. The issue that I'm having is with USB Drives. It seems that the USB Drive has to be mounted / defined in the Citrix Receiver before Citrix can map back to the USB Drive. The problem being that our users won't know how to do this and use different memory sticks all the time. Is there a way around this problem?
 
  


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