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Drive Mapping

Through drive mapping, each directory mounted on the thin client (including CD-ROMs and disk drives) is made available to you during ICA sessions on Citrix servers.

In this area, you can specify which drives and paths are mapped during the logon. This applies for all ICA sessions.

The Activate Drive Mappingoption allows you to temporarily enable/disable drive mapping. This offers the advantage that stored settings can be enabled or disabled without being lost.

Local (USB) devices which are to be used for drive mapping purposes must first be set up as devices.

To set updrive mappings, proceed as follows:

  1. Click on Add to bring up the mapping window.
  2. Select a Drive to map from the list under which the local device or the folder is to be mapped.

    If the drive letter you have selected is no longer available on the Citrix server, the specified directory or local drive will be given the next free letter during the logon.

  3. Give the Local Drive Path to which the mapping is to refer.

    If you map a locally connected device, use the pre-defined path names available in the drop-down field. The directories in question are those on which the devices are mounted by default during the boot procedure (e.g. /autofs/floppy for an integrated disk drive).

  4. Specify the access authorizations for the mapping.

    For each mapping, you have the option of granting read access or write access. You can also select the Ask option to query the read/write access rights when each ICA session is accessed for the first time.

    The drive mappings and access data defined here are then valid for all ICA connections.