You can now customize the port that the VDA uses to communicate with Cloud Connectors based on your specific security requirements.
The Citrix Cloud console introduces a more streamlined experience for managing administrators, including an improved user interface and searchable permissions.
Monitor – Session Launch Diagnostics, requires download of all logs to find components in the workflow having errors. And then lookup docs for the error-code details and resolution. And now, IT admins can use Monitor tool to search for the transaction-id and to see visually errors across the session workflow in Citrix.
In Full Configuration, when you create a catalog, an Azure Active Directory joined identity type is now available in Machine Identities. With that identity type, you can use MCS to create machines that are joined to Azure Active Directory. You also have an extra option, Enroll the machines in Microsoft Intune, to enroll the machines in Microsoft Intune for management.
Options to open and view support tickets through the Citrix Cloud console are changing. For some customers, the option to view tickets through the console will no longer be available. If you have a support entitlement, you can view and manage support tickets through the My Support site.
Administrators can configure a timeout for their customer account in the Citrix Cloud console.
Licensing for Citrix DaaS and Endpoint Management has been optimized to make it easier to release assigned licenses in bulk. With a single click, customers can display only users and associated devices with licenses that are eligible for release.
You can now manage Session Recording servers by load-balancing them across multiple sites and create or activate a policy for all Session Recording servers in a site at a time. Visit What's new - Session Recording service for more details.
Session Recording service is now available for all Citrix DaaS offerings with capabilities of centralized management of policies, playback, and server configurations. It eases the burden on IT administrators by providing a unified entry point to manage and observe the distributed objects across your organization.
Using Full Configuration, you can choose the Linux OS license type when creating Linux VM catalogs. You have two choices for bring-your-own Linux licenses: RHEL_BYOS and SLES_BYOS. The setting defaults to Azure Linux licensing.