Support for multiple NICs and subnet mapping for Azure VM
Previously, Machine Creation Services (MCS) supported single NIC on Azure. With this feature, you can now create a VM with multiple NICs. You can add or delete NICs based on the maximum number of NICs supported by the VM size. Additionally, the NIC assignment on existing VMs can also be updated.
Configure Citrix policies using APIs
API to manage Citrix Policies
Application discovery feature helps an admin get visibility into the internal private applications such as web apps and client server apps (TCP and UDP based apps) in their organization and the users accessing those applications.
Always On ZTNA for Windows
The integration of the Always on ZTNA before Windows Logon feature for Secure Private Access service establishes pre-logon connectivity for the Secure Private Access users before they log on to the machine.
Server registration enhancements for FAS
Updated the Citrix Cloud registration flow for FAS Servers to provide a consistent user experience, and improve the security posture of FAS servers.
Role Scope pair updates for Admin page
Selecting role/scope pairs in Identity and Access Management will be redesigned to improve console performance and enhance efficiency when assigning administrator permissions in Citrix Cloud.
Access to Partner license usage data for Distributors via API
Distributors will be able to access license usage data for all their partners through the Citrix Cloud API to help with reviewing and validating partner usage reports.
EDT Lossy protocol support for Citrix Gateway Service
Citrix Gateway service now supports Loss tolerant mode (preview), which uses EDT Lossy transport protocol to enhance the end-user audio experience for users connecting through networks with high latency and packet loss.
Tenant support in Full Configuration
You can now create configuration partitions within a single Citrix DaaS instance. You achieve that by creating tenant scopes in Administrators > Scopes and associating related configuration objects, such as machine catalogs and delivery groups, with those tenants. As a result, administrators with access to a tenant can manage only objects that are associated with the tenant. This feature is useful, for example, if your organization has independent divisions or separate IT management teams. Also, the Full Configuration interface lets you filter tenant customers by name. By default, the interface displays information about all tenants.
MCS reports a list of possible leaked resources on Azure
With this feature, MCS provides new PoSH commands to list leaked resources that are created by MCS, but are no longer used by MCS on Azure.