We are excited to announce that Secure Mail now supports hybrid modern authentication with On-premises Exchange.
With this feature, MCS copies tags specified in a machine profile on all resources (including disk and NIC) of a new VM created in a machine catalog. The machine profile source can be an Azure VM or Azure template spec.
With this feature, you can reset the OS disk of a persistent AWS VM in a Machine Creation Services (MCS) created machine catalog.
Secure Mail now supports Dark mode on both Android and iOS.
You can now see GPU Utilization of AMD Radeon Instinct MI25 GPUs and AMD EPYC 7V12(Rome) CPUs on Monitor with real-time percentage utilization of the GPU, the GPU memory, and of the Encoder and the Decoder to troubleshoot GPU-related issues on multi-session and single-session OS VDAs. For more information, see GPU Utilization.
DaaS Monitor has made improvements by allowing admins to search for failed sessions by username in Session Launch Diagnostics You can search for a user name, and select a session to triage from a list of failed sessions that the user attempted to launch over the last 48 hours. The Session Launch Diagnostics page shows the details of the failed session. It lists the exact component and stage where the failure occurred. For more information, see the Session Launch Diagnostics article.
Introducing a new "Session Performance" tab with enhanced troubleshooting workflows starting with the ability to correlate real time metrics in identifying issues within user sessions.
The Proactive Notification and Alerting feature in Monitor is enhanced to include a new alert, Failed Machines (in %) based on the percentage of failed machines in a delivery group. For more information, see Failed Machines section in the[ Alerts article|https://docs.citrix.com/en-us/citrix-daas/monitor/site-analytics/alerts-notifications.html#failed-machines-in-].
Provide admins user session based playbacks within Director/Monitor console through integration with Session Recording. Administrators can find and view relevant session recording controls and playback based on the access controls allowed to them.
Previously, when you provisioned a new VM, each new VM had its own new NIC for network communication. And NIC settings, such as DNS setting, configured in the master image is not reflected in the catalog VM. With this feature, every configured setting in the master NIC would be retained in the provisioned VMs.