Support for direct upload or download from EBS on Amazon Web Services (AWS)
AWS now provides API to allow direct creation of EBS volume with desired content.
Support for retaining system disk when MCS I/O is enabled for machines running on Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
In the Full Configuration management interface, when provisioning machines on GCP, you can now retain system disk during power cycles when MCS storage optimization (MCS I/O) is enabled.
Licensing support for Virtual Apps and Desktops multi-type licenses
Citrix Cloud displays license usage for different Virtual Apps and Desktops license entitlements.
Ability to configure access to Manage and Monitor
The Full Configuration management interface now provides you the ability to configure access to Manage and Monitor.
Ability to identify Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources created by MCS
A new tag named CitrixProvisioningSchemeID is now available to identify AWS resources created by MCS.
Access Control is renamed to Secure Workspace Access
On the Analytics dashboards and reports, all the Access Control labels are now updated as Secure Workspace Access to align with the rebranded product name.
Support for removing usage data collected from registered Citrix License Servers
Remove stored usage data from Citrix Cloud after removing registered Citrix License Servers.
Support for creating Nutanix AHV XI and Nutanix AHV Prism Central (PC) connections
In the Full Configuration management interface, you can now create Nutanix AHV XI and Nutanix AHV PC connections.
Ability to specify what account names start with when specifying a naming scheme
This release introduces an option to the Machine Catalog Setup > Machine Identities page of the Full Configuration management interface.
Citrix Provisioning Services for Azure
Our flagship provisioning technology, Citrix Provisioning Services (PVS), is now available to run on Azure. As a result, Azure-hosted VMs can be rapidly provisioned and streamed over the network backbone on demand. For more information on requirements and how to configure this functionality, see Citrix Provisioning on Microsoft Azure.