Two sets of permissions are required for security requirements and to minimize risk. Minimum permissions give better security control. General permissions enable you to get the benefits of new enhancements.
We added an option to use the VM’s temporary disk to host the write-back cache disk if the temporary disk has sufficient space.
The AWS host connection default setting values are updated to higher values and most likely same for all AWS cloud platform setup.
Using the Full Configuration management interface, you can now change certain VM settings after creating a catalog.
You can now provide custom properties in the GCP environments to set the storage type of the disks attached to the newly created VM.
Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops service now allows you to store the Azure ephemeral OS disk either on cache disk or temporary disk for an Azure-enabled virtual machine.
Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops service supports Nutanix Clusters on AWS. Nutanix Clusters simplifies how applications are run on private or multiple public clouds.
VMware cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS) enables you to migrate VMware based on-premises Citrix workloads to AWS cloud and your core Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops environment to Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops service.
In the self-service search page, when you select a dimension and a valid operator in the search box, the values for the dimension are shown automatically. Select a value from the auto-suggested list or manually enter a value depending on your use cases. When you type a value, the matching values available in the records are auto-suggested.
In the Full Configuration management interface, when provisioning machines on GCP, you can now configure write-back cache disk settings.