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Citrix ICA Session Wfica32.exe Crash Due to Incorrect Client Printers

Document ID: SX122504

Symptoms:

The Citrix ICA Session (wfica32.exe) is crashing unexpectedly after several minutes, the user get an HDX Engine Error.
The following event appears in the event log:

Faulting Application wfica32.exe, version 13.3.0.55, faulting module msvcr80.dll, version 8.0.50727.4053, fault address 0x000201db.
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Cause:

The Client Device is unable to connect to its mapped printers, Printers are in Unable To connect/Printer not found on the server state

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