What’s new in App Layering 4 1902
This release includes the following features and improvements.
Windows 10, version 1809 is now supported as an OS Layer. This is the single-user desktop OS, not multi-user.
This release contains a new Azure connector for Azure Government subscriptions. (UNI-67767)
Performance improvements were made to Hyper-V connector to use caching more effectively and decrease App layer version creation times. (UNI-67743)
You can now run appliance(s) on Hyper-V servers based on Windows Server 2019.
Layering operations such as packaging and publishing can be done using a Hyper-V connector configured against a host running Windows Server 2019.
We do not yet officially support Windows Server 2019 as an OS Layer.
Labs features in this release
Labs features are previews of potential functionality for future releases. While a feature is in Labs, you should not use it in production. There is no guarantee that Labs feature will remain in the product, nor that the feature will work as originally designed if and when they are released.
The Labs features available in this release include the following:
App layers can be assigned as Elastic layers on layered images that use a different OS layer: Until now, Elastic layer assignments required that the App layer assigned use the same OS layer that was used to create the App layer. Now you can try assigning an App layer as an Elastic layer on a layered image that uses a different OS layer.
There is no guarantee that an App layer will work on a different OS layer than the one used to create it. If there are issues, you can disable this feature and allow the App layer to be used only with the OS that you used to create the layer.
To use a Labs feature, you need to enable the feature first.
For information about platforms supported by Citrix App Layering, see System requirements.
You can upgrade from any previous Citrix App Layering 4.x version to the current release.