Hi, and thanks for the reply. Like I say I dont see this as a "Veaam problem" but could do with understanding how I may work round it. Unfortunatly Citrix left me behind long ago but this is the information I got back from the SME -
"radecache is part of citrix streamed applications, and is a folder where it stores the application cache.
Basically, I prepackage the application and save it on our file server. I then publish the application to this location. I use a feature of streaming to save the application package as a virtual disk file.
When the application is launched,Citrix creates a junction point to this .vhd file. This fools the operating system into thinking the application is stored locally, but it is actually saved on the file server."
In Veeam I just took a look at the Performance views, disk, freeMB on vdisks for the server involved. It shows up as 7 instances. One of these is drive C (which is the only disk in the server). It then shows 6 instances as follows -
c:\program files (x86)\citrix\radecache\"some sort of random GUID"\
I also just took a look at the server involved. In this directory I can only see 2 of the above. This would seem to suggest the "random GUID" directory creates and deletes and changes. I guess this would cause a problem even if I could override for a disk object as it would change. As it happens these servers are new and have a lot of disk space. I cant see them running out so may have to just create a group of Citrix servers and override?