Citrix Provisioning now allows you to move your Citrix Provisioning workloads to the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Installing Citrix Provisioning in your Google project is the same as installing it in an on-premises provisioning farm.
A home page is available for Full Configuration, providing an overview of your Citrix DaaS deployment and workloads along with information that helps you get the most from your subscription. For more information, see Home page.
You can now customize the port that the VDA uses to communicate with Cloud Connectors based on your specific security requirements.
Previously, customers with new paid entitlement to Citrix Analytics for Security had to turn on Data Processing in the site card of specific data sources to begin processing data for those data sources.
Licensing for Citrix DaaS and Endpoint Management has been optimized to make it easier to release assigned licenses in bulk. With a single click, customers can display only users and associated devices with licenses that are eligible for release.
You can now manage Session Recording servers by load-balancing them across multiple sites and create or activate a policy for all Session Recording servers in a site at a time. Visit What's new - Session Recording service for more details.
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.
The User Experience dashboard shows the classification of connected HDX users and sessions
Citrix now offers Citrix Service Providers (CSPs) a centralized view of license consumption associated with the Application Delivery Management (ADM) service within the License Usage Insights console.