The Zombie Sessions sub-pane shows information on session failures that have occurred due to zombie sessions in the environment.
Session launch diagnostics (technical preview) helps IT admins understand session launch failures. You can track and report each session failure independently, and use the comprehensive library of error codes to understand the errors and apply the remediation steps.
A new Studio UI experience where customers can build an inventory of their Citrix master catalog images.
On the Analytics dashboards and reports, all the Secure Workspace Access labels are now updated as Secure Private Access to align with the rebranded product name.
Citrix Cloud Connector is now supported on Microsoft Windows Server 2022.
Session Recording service is now available for all Citrix DaaS offerings with capabilities of centralized management of policies, playback, and server configurations. It eases the burden on IT administrators by providing a unified entry point to manage and observe the distributed objects across your organization.
System Log captures a range of events that occur within the Citrix Cloud platform and support services. Events can be exported to CSV and retrieved using the SystemLog API.
Licensing for Gateway service now displays the amount of bandwidth used for each user. Administrators can see at a glance which users are using the most bandwidth across all Gateway service entitlements. Bandwidth usage for a specific user persists even when the license for that user has been released.
Custom property of New-ProvScheme or Set-ProvScheme is a string field. If you specify non-existing custom property or properties, you get an error message. This will help you to avoid potential confusion when custom property input does not take effect.
Azure trusted launch is now available for the Full Configuration management interface. If you choose to select an image with trusted launch enabled, using a machine profile is mandatory. Also, you must select a machine profile with trusted launch enabled.