In Azure environments, this feature tags catalog resources using ProvSchemeID for resources created for a particular catalog
Using this feature, you can use Azure Active Directory joined image to create machine catalog.
You can now create a catalog that supports AWS EC2 hibernation. The hibernation process stores the in-memory state of the instance, along with its private and elastic IP addresses, allowing it to pick up exactly where it left off.
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.
When you create a catalog to provision machines using Machine Creation Services (MCS) in Google Cloud, you can now use MachineProfile property to capture hardware properties from a virtual machine and apply them to newly provisioned VMs in the catalog.
`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.
In Azure environments, Citrix now supports Azure AD dynamic security group for a machine catalog.
Improved Licensing management experience for Citrix Cloud administrators
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 feature, in Azure environments, you can now create a MCS machine catalog using an Azure marketplace image directly.