Federated Authentication Service (FAS) now supports cloud notifications.
Updated the Citrix Cloud registration flow for FAS Servers to provide a consistent user experience, and improve the security posture of FAS servers.
The Citrix Cloud console introduced a more streamlined experience for adding administrators, including an improved interface and searchable permissions.
Previously, Citrix Monitor allowed Probes to run simulated sessions, at fixed time-slot and only be scheduled for one specific time-slot. We have enhanced Monitor to now allow probe tasks to be schedule at any custom time along with recurrence for execution multiple times in the same day or week.
Customers can now install Session Recording servers from within the Session Recording service and allocate sites to the servers.
Citrix Session Recording service has reached General Availability! The introduction of the Session Recording service provides an advanced administration experience and simplifies deployment. It supports centralized management of server settings, policies, and playback. It facilitates administrative tasks by providing a unified entry point to manage and observe the Session Recording servers across your organization. Onboarding an existing 1912 LTSR deployment is also supported so that you don't have to upgrade to 2203 or later.
Until now, Citrix provided a disk image and accompanying script to support deploying the Connector Appliance in cloud services. With this change the Connector Appliance will be available within the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) marketplace and deployed directly without the need for a script.
CSPs have a new permission to control which administrators can view information in the customer dashboard. This permission allows CSPs to show or hide the customer dashboard for custom access administrators. Only full access administrators can add new customers.
Display Connector Appliance health information and raise alerts for unhealthy connectors in the Citrix Cloud Admin Console. More information can be found in the public documentation.
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With this feature, you can now specify a time slot to schedule a configuration update. To do this, you can use the PowerShell command Schedule-ProvVmUpdate.