Backup and Restore in Full Configuration console
Using the Full Configuration management console, global administrators can now save and restore current configurations.
Enable changing MCS provisioned VM size on Azure
Using Full Configuration, you can now change the size of MCS-provisioned VMs in Azure environments. The feature applies to both persistent VMs and non-persistent VMs.
Group Policy Modeling support for the Full Configuration Management console
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).
Support for Machine Profile Workflow in VMware vSphere
When you create a catalog to provision machines using Machine Creation Services (MCS) in VMware environments, you can now use a machine profile to capture properties such as tags, folder ID, and vSAN storage policy, from a virtual machine and apply them to the newly provisioned VMs in the catalog.
Support for changing configuration on each persistent VM
With this feature, you can now change the configurations specific to an individual persistent VM such as VM size, which will overwrite catalog level configuration.
Ability to reset the OS disk of a persistent VM in Google Cloud environment
With this feature, in Google Cloud virtualization environments, you can now reset the OS disk of a persistent VM to the latest master image in an MCS created machine catalog.
Support for converting a legacy machine catalog to machine profile based machine catalog
With this feature, in Azure environments, you can change a legacy machine catalog to a machine profile based machine catalog. This will enable you to acquire many new features from the machine profile, such as tags, accelerated networking, and so on, without recreating the machine catalog.
Support for provisioning Azure confidential VM
With this feature, you can use MCS to provision a catalog with Azure confidential VMs.
Support for retaining advanced network setting from master image to catalog Hyper-V and Azure VM
Previously, when you provisioned a new VM, each new VM had its own new NIC for network communication. And NIC settings, such as DNS setting, configured in the master image is not reflected in the catalog VM. With this feature, every configured setting in the master NIC would be retained in the provisioned VMs.
Introduce Domain Name Truncation feature to Cloud Licensing
Domain name truncation will allow Citrix cloud to count unique users based on their account name alone. If you have users with the same account name under multiple domains, this feature will increase the accuracy of licensing statistics and reduce the likelihood of assigning multiple licenses to the same user.