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Is it possible from a PC using a Citrix ICA Client to connect to Citrix XenApp, then from the XenApp have a RDP remote desktop connection a Server, then map a disk on the Server, such that the mapped disk is available from the PC?

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Citrix is a company. Which of their products are you referring to? – joeqwerty Aug 23 '11 at 14:15
I'd be willing to bet XenApp... but thats a wild stab in the dark. – Nate Aug 23 '11 at 14:21
@Nate good guess :) – Shiraz Bhaiji Aug 23 '11 at 15:05
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I would suggest that you install Hamachi or something similar on both your local PC and then Server. This will allow you to create a private VPN directly between these two computers. You can then browse to the server over network neighborhood and mount your network share that way. For a simple comparison of these products, see:

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