Administrators will be able to select a custom landing page after signing into the Citrix Cloud console.
When a Session Recording server does not work as expected even though it shows Available on the cloud , administrators can perform a few troubleshooting actions on it from the cloud.
With this feature, admin can take snapshot of AWS persistent VM. The snapshot will consist both disk content and VM configuration content, and the snapshot can be used to restore later
Improved scheduling of Application and Desktop Probes can now be done from Monitor. Using this feature, Citrix Probe Agent can be configured to run the probe tasks on specific days of the week and repeated at specified intervals during the day. This allows you to schedule a single probe task to repeat at specific times of the day and the week. You can now proactively check your site health with probes set to run regularly at suitable times. This feature simplifies probe setup and management in Monitor. For more information, see Application Probing and Desktop Probing.
This feature enables the use of Session Launch Diagnostics starting with the user name if you don’t have the transaction ID. This feature is specifically useful for help desk administrators to triage a failed session if the end user hasn’t captured the transaction id. 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.
The Session Details page from Citrix Analytics for Performance is now integrated in Monitor. Click View Session Timeline in the Sessions page in Monitor to view the Sessions Details page from Citrix Analytics for Performance within Monitor.
With this feature, you can now change the configurations specific to an individual persistent VM such as VM size, which will overwrite catalog level configuration.
Currently, if a VM loses AD domain trust, you can delete, recreate, or rejoin the VM manually. With this feature, you can repair AD domain trust through a PowerShell command. This implementation is applicable to both persistent and non-persistent machine catalogs.
With this feature, when you power off a persistent Citrix Hypervisor VM and put the VM in maintenance mode, you can request to reset the OS disk.
With this feature, in Google Cloud virtualization environments, you can now reset the OS disk of a persistent VM to the latest master image in an MCS created machine catalog.