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Mandatory user profiles are by definition user read-only profiles Password Manager needs write permission to the profile directory under Application Data With mandatory profiles, a user may make changes, but the changes are not saved back to the profile at logoff For Password Manager to work correctly in a mandatory profiles environment, the Application Data Folder must be redirected With Password Manager, the registry changes are written each time the user logs on and credential information is synchronized with the synchronization point, but the changes are not saved back to the profile Beginning with Windows 2000, Microsoft provides a mechanism for redirecting the Application Data folder, but using Windows NT4 domains requires login scripts capable of modifying the location of the Application Data folder This can be achieved by using tools like Kix or VBScript to define a writeable location for the Application Data user folder An example using Kix to redirect the Application Data folder during user logon follows IMPORTANT The following sample script is for informational purposes only and should not be used in your environment without previous testing
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$LogonServer = "%LOGONSERVER%" $HKCU = "HKEY_CURRENT_USER" $ShellFolders_Key = "$HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders" $UserShellFolders_Key = "$HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders" $UserProfFolder = "$LogonServer\profiles\@userID" $UserAppData = "$LogonServer\profiles\@userID\Application Data" $UserDesktop = "$LogonServer\profiles\@userID\Desktop" $UserFavorites = "$LogonServer\profiles\@userID\Favorites" $UserPersonal = "X:\My Documents" $UserRecent = "$LogonServer\profiles\@userID\Recent"
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if (exist("$UserAppData") = shell '%ComSpec% /c md endif if (exist("$UserDesktop") = shell '%ComSpec% /c md endif
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0) "$UserAppData"' 0) "$UserDesktop"'
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if (exist("$UserRecent") = 0) shell '%ComSpec% /c md "$UserRecent"' endif if (exist("$UserFavorites") = 0) shell '%ComSpec% /c md "$UserFavorites"' endif
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The hybrid user profile is another solution for the mandatory profile issue When the user logs on, the mandatory profile loads, and a custom application loads and unloads user registry hives based on applications available to the user The user, as in a mandatory profile scenario, can modify those portions of registry during the session The big difference from the pure mandatory profile is that changes get saved when the user logs off and they get reloaded when the user logs in again When the hybrid profile is used, the following registry keys must be imported and exported as part of the logon and logoff process:
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Folder Redirection
Folder redirection is a new feature of Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 operating systems (OSs), and is implemented using Group Policy Objects and Active Directory Folder redirection uses Group Policies to define a location for folders that are part of the user profile Four folders may be redirected using folder redirection: My Documents Application Data Desktop Start Menu
Two modes of redirection can be configured using Group Policies: basic redirection and advanced redirection Both types of redirection are supported with Password Manager In Windows 2000, the share where application data is stored should be referenced using the user name variable, for example, \\servername\sharename\%username% Folder redirection is global for the user and it affects all the user s applications, therefore, all applications that use the Application Data folder need to support it The following Microsoft articles may be useful in learning more about folder redirection: HOW TO: Dynamically Create Secure Redirected Folders By Using Folder Redirections http://supportmicrosoftcom/ kbid=274443 Folder Redirection Feature in Windows http://supportmicrosoftcom/ kbid=232692 Enabling the Administrator to Have Access to Redirected Folders http://supportmicrosoftcom/ kbid=288991
Citrix Access Suite 4 Advanced Concepts: The Official Guide
Best Practices for Folder Redirection
Use Application Data folder redirection when possible This practice improves network performance, eliminating the need to copy that data each time a user logs on When troubleshooting Password Manager Agent, always verify that the user logged on has Full Control permission on their Application Data folder
USING REDIRECTED APPLICATION DATA FOLDERS AND CITRIX PASSWORD MANAGER
Many environments utilize the Microsoft Windows Group Policy that enables the redirection of users Application Data directories to a separate network resource (file server, DFS, and so forth) If Citrix Password Manager is deployed in an environment where a user s Application Data is redirected, be aware that some considerations exist, In each user s Application Data directory, several files are used by Password Manager Some or all of these files are created when a user goes through their First Time Use of Password Manager Here is a basic description of what the files are used for: Applistini Holds the available applications for which the user does not currently have definitions Entlistini Has all the user application definitions Aelistini A combination of Applist & Entlist The agent uses this file when working with application definitions UserNamemmf Holds all the admin override data along with the credentials for each application the user has defined Ftulistini The applications available for configuration during the user s First Time Use experience Licenseini Holds the user s license information
If a Group Policy is enforced that redirects the Application Data directory of each user to a separate network resource, then each of the files previously listed is moved from the local profile The file the user interacts with the most is UserNamemmf The Memory Mapped File (MMF) allocates an address space and links it to a file located on the physical disk This allows for the file to be accessed like a block of memory Using redirected application data directories may impact the performance of Password Manager The following are recommended practices when redirecting the Application Data directories of users:
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