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I don't have much experience with Citrix but can tell you how the print feature works. When you use the client-side printing icon on the report toolbar, this invokes an ActiveX control that attempts to access your local printers using the Windows print service API. Since the client is running in a Citrix environment, it would attempt to access printers in that virtual Windows environment. If you can install a virtual printer in your Citrix profile and map it to a local printer, this might do what you want.
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