`Set-ProvScheme` changes the provisioning scheme. However, it does not affect existing machines. Using a new PowerShell command `Request-ProvVMUpdate`, you can now apply the current provisioning scheme to an existing persistent or non-persistent machine or set of machines.
When you create a catalog to provision machines using Machine Creation Services (MCS) in AWS, you can now use MachineProfile property to capture hardware properties from a virtual machine and apply them to newly provisioned VMs in the catalog.
When creating Azure catalogs in the Full Configuration interface, you can select shared images from different Azure tenants (shared through the Azure Compute Gallery). This feature requires that you provide shared tenant and subscription information for associated host connections.
We are introducing support for Federated Authentication Service (FAS) across multi-tenant environments
With this new feature, admins can assign their resource locations to an Early, Normal, or Late groups. Upgrades to connectors in the Early group are applied immediately, Normal group applied with a two week delay, and the Late group with a further two week delay.
This feature enables you to assign a drive letter for MCSIO WBC disk.
Federated Authentication Service (FAS) now supports cloud notifications.
Updated the Citrix Cloud registration flow for FAS Servers to provide a consistent user experience, and improve the security posture of FAS servers.
The Citrix Cloud console introduced a more streamlined experience for adding administrators, including an improved interface and searchable permissions.
Previously, Citrix Monitor allowed Probes to run simulated sessions, at fixed time-slot and only be scheduled for one specific time-slot. We have enhanced Monitor to now allow probe tasks to be schedule at any custom time along with recurrence for execution multiple times in the same day or week.