A new "Notifications" tab is in development for administrators to set their preferences to receive notifications via email. This tab will also include the ability to add non-administrator users or listservs to receive these same notifications.
With this feature, in Azure environments, you now have an option to change the storage type to a lower tier at shutdown and restore the storage tier when the VM is powered on. This saves on storage cost while the VM is shutdown. The storage performance might also be impacted at start time.
Now customers of Citrix Analytics for Performance (CASP) can run and view results from the Cloud Health Check script from Citrix Workspace Environment Manager (WEM), without leaving the product. This can be leveraged to find the root cause of common VDA issues in Citrix Analytics.
With this feature, when creating a machine catalog, VMs are not provisioned at catalog creation time, but rather the first time VMs are powered on. For non-persistent catalogs, the OS disk is deleted when the VM power state is set to Off, and recreated when the VM is powered up. The AWS on-demand provisioning feature reduces your storage costs and provides faster catalog creation.
We are introducing support for Federated Authentication Service (FAS) across multi-tenant environments
`Set-ProvScheme` changes the provisioning scheme. However, it does not affect existing machines. Using a new PowerShell command `Request-ProvVMUpdate`, you can now apply the current provisioning scheme to an existing persistent or non-persistent machine or set of machines.
When you create a catalog to provision machines using Machine Creation Services (MCS) in AWS, you can now use MachineProfile property to capture hardware properties from a virtual machine and apply them to newly provisioned VMs in the catalog.
When creating Azure catalogs in the Full Configuration interface, you can select shared images from different Azure tenants (shared through the Azure Compute Gallery). This feature requires that you provide shared tenant and subscription information for associated host connections.
With this new feature, admins can assign their resource locations to an Early, Normal, or Late groups. Upgrades to connectors in the Early group are applied immediately, Normal group applied with a two week delay, and the Late group with a further two week delay.
This feature enables you to assign a drive letter for MCSIO WBC disk.