Ease the administration of Local Host Cache by enabling administrators to use new PowerShell commands for LHC settings.
Support for group based (Azure AD and SAML) administrators to access the Secure Private Access service will soon be available.
This is a unified API for web and native clients including both first party and third party clients to connect and interact with the Workspace Platform and its components seamlessly.
With the new elastic shortcut feature, App Layering admins can assign elastic app layers to appear as shortcuts on the desktop. When configured this way, the layers will be delivered to the machine at the time of launch, instead of attaching them all during user login, hence reducing user login time and improving the end-user experience.
HTML log supported with Automated Configuration Tool.
Automated Configuration Tool (ACT) now supports HTML logs. ACT now comes with HTML logs to assist in troubleshooting. You can view all the ACT logs, command execution details, errors and fixups in the HTML log.
This enhancement adds support for preparing and publishing images to XenServer, from other cloud or on-prem environments, using the Image Portability Service.
Starting with the 2308 release, Citrix Workspace app for Mac can support up to 64 virtual channels in a session.
A new capability for App Layering User Layers, and CVAD User Personalization Layer, allowing admins to reclaim unused disk space and compact the user layer VHDx files.
With this feature, in a VMware environment, you can move the disk storage of existing VMs from an old storage to a new storage. During migration, MCS retains VM capabilities such as power management, reset OS disk, and so on. You can also add new VMs to the machine catalog using the new disk storage.
With this feature, you can now attach an Amazon Elastic Graphics accelerator to the VMs in a machine profile-based MCS catalog.