Previously, Citrix Machine Creation Services (MCS) created virtual machines without changing synchronization method in the master image. This feature enables NT5DS as default time synchronization method for Active Directory and Hybrid Azure Active Directory joined virtual machines that MCS creates.
With this feature, you can create a machine catalog of Azure VM with double encryption.
With this feature, in Azure environments, you can change a legacy machine catalog to a machine profile based machine catalog. This will enable you to acquire many new features from the machine profile, such as tags, accelerated networking, and so on, without recreating the machine catalog.
We've introduced a new setting in Full Configuration to simplify the cleanup of stale Azure AD joined devices in Citrix DaaS. Previously, you had to run a custom PowerShell script to perform the task. With the new setting, you can now assign host connections permission to automatically clean stale Azure AD joined devices.
With this feature, when you power off a persistent Azure VM and put the VM in maintenance mode, you can request to reset the OS disk.
You can now redirect the front camera of your device into the session. Both 32-bit and 64-bit applications are supported. By default, the auto-redirection of the webcam is enabled.
Citrix Provisioning on Azure is supporting customer-managed encryption keys to encrypt all managed disks associated with each target device.
Citrix Provisioning on Azure is supporting the ability to create provisioning targets in specific availability zones.
Export XenServer images using the Image Portability Service to upload and prepare them for a different target platform (such as Azure).
App Layering is introducing a new and modern experience for managing the VMware vSphere platform connector.