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.
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.
The Full Configuration Management console supports simulation of policy application, which is also known as modeling. The list of accepted and denied set of Citrix policies with appropriate reasons are displayed in the Resultant Set of Policies (RSoP).
Citrix Workspace app offers Client App Management capability that makes the Citrix Workspace app a single client app required on the end point to install and manage agents such as Secure Access Agent, End Point Analysis (EPA) plug-in and 3rd party agents like Zoom and Webex.
With this features, users will be able to configure Storefront settings through Global App Configuration Service Admin UI. Users will be able to add and view recently added stores and verify if a store is valid/invalid.
Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) classifies a user’s device as compliant or registered based on its policy configuration. During user login into Citrix Workspace, device posture can check with MEM about the user’s device status and use this information to classify the devices within Citrix Cloud as compliant, non-compliant (partial access), or even deny access to the user login page.
DNS suffix feature is now available for the Citrix Secure Private Access service
Cloud licensing for the Citrix Gateway service now includes an improved user experience to make it easier to stay abreast of your usage under multiple entitlements and keep track of any overage.
This feature will enable users to access virtual and local drives on a local machine from virtual desktop.
With this feature, any user will be able to add/remove background blurring effect on MS Teams optimization during or outside of a audio/video/screen share session.