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Changing the C: drive reference

When users are trying to save documents on our version Citrix they ge the windows dialogue box and are able to display the various locations where the user is able to save. Unfortunately, the C: drive is the Citrix server C: drive and the user local drive is usually something like V:

Has anyone been able to change the reference so that the user sees the C: drive as their own rather than the server drive?
 
Currently, it would break the JDE client security authorization if you were to redirect C: to a local drive; for instance, the old Citrix "M:" drive letter substitution as the system and boot drive letter wouldn't work with JDE for the same reason.

Perhaps it is time to revisit the end user education and system policies enforcement options. Some companies have a strict policy against users saving any files to a local disk where the would be in a state of higher risk as opposed to a server home directory or shared drive.

Good luck with that.
 
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