New in App Layering 2309, there is now an image template option which, when enabled, optimizes the published image created from the App Layering appliance.
New in App Layering 2309, it is now possible to assign apps elastically to users logging into images running a different OS from the one used to create the app layer. OS layer switching allows you even more flexibility when delivering applications to only the users or groups who require them.
New in App Layering 2309, the XenServer platform connector has a brand-new UI experience and offload compositing support.
Citrix Endpoint Management along with the Mobile Productivity Apps is ready for Day 0 support for Android 14. We are committed to ensuring customers can upgrade to new OS releases immediately, without worrying about performance and compatibility.
This feature enables admins to create automation scripts for large App Layering deployments via a new REST-ful API. This feature will assist in automating deployments that involve a large number of applications, images, and target user groups. The API will include commands for layer and image template management.
Citrix Workspace App for Mac is supported on macOS 14 Sonoma.
Enables PVS administrators to invoke the Image Portability Service to automate reverse-imaging a PVS vDisk to a native VMware VMDK.
This feature enables admins to change disk and memory cache size to facilitate finding the most optimized cache configuration and adopt changing business needs when changing VM configurations.
In AWS environments, you can create an MCSIO enabled MCS machine catalog. This feature is supported only for non-persistent machine catalogs.
Federated Authentication Service (FAS) now supports cloud notifications.