If the user logs on from two locations that are too far apart to travel within the elapsed time, Citrix Analytics detects this activity as an impossible travel scenario and triggers the Impossible travel risk indicator.
Citrix now offers Citrix Service Providers the option to remove a service from a linked customer.
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.
On the Security Analytics dashboards and reports and in the data sent by Security Analytics to your SIEM service, all the Virtual Apps and Desktops labels are now updated as Apps and Desktops to align with the rebranded product name.
When you create a catalog in Azure environment, you can now specify the page file setting, including the location and size, explicitly using the PoSH command. This will override the value determined by MCS.
Citrix Provisioning on Azure is supporting the ability to create provisioning targets in specific availability zones.
Citrix Provisioning on Azure is supporting customer-managed encryption keys to encrypt all managed disks associated with each target device.
In addition to the existing support for Azure AD administrator groups in Citrix DaaS, Citrix is adding support for Azure AD administrator groups to access cloud platform functions.
Image Portability Service supports preparing on-premises Machine Creation Services and Provisioning Services images to run in AWS.
Citrix introduces REST APIs to create and consume reports that help you to manage licensing in Citrix Cloud. As an IT administrator, use the Citrix cloud licensing APIs in tandem with on-premises Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops or Citrix DaaS.