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Blocking a user login script acoss domains in the same forest

By rjeroos ·
I have an application being accessed via Citrix in a specific domain. We have granted access to the application to users in a different domain within the same forest (so they do not have to use 2 seperate logins for the application).

Now, the issue is, they have a login script that creates their printers. However, when they log into the published application, the script is running and attempting to recreate the printers that already exist. This is prompting an error every time because it can't map/create things already created.

How would we go about blocking this from happening? I have checked GPO, but have yet to find anything that would block that from happening, and not 100% on scripting something of this nature. Any & all help is greatly appreciated.

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by BFilmFan In reply to Blocking a user login scr ...

Don't have Citrix mapping the printers. That is always going to cause issues.

Let the user source to their locally mapped printers.

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by rjeroos In reply to Thoughts

Citrix isn't mapping the printers. We have the connection defined in Terminal Services & ICA properties to ONLY use the default printer.

The error itself isn't a Citrix, or Terminal Services, error. It is actually an error from the user's domain controller about creating the printers when they already exist. It's not an error from the published application servers, or domain where the published application servers reside.

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