Citrix Application Delivery Management service

Release Notes for Citrix ADM service June 08, 2021 Release

This release notes document describes the enhancements and changes, fixed and known issues that exist for the Citrix ADM service release Build June 08, 2021.


This release notes document does not include security related fixes. For a list of security related fixes and advisories, see the Citrix security bulletin.

What’s New

The enhancements and changes that are available in Build June 08, 2021.

Support for identification and remediation of CVE-2020-8299 and CVE-2020-8300

Citrix ADM security advisory now supports identification and remediation of the newly announced CVE-2020-8299 and CVE-2020-8300.

Remediation for CVE-2020-8299 requires an upgrade of the vulnerable ADC instances to a release and build that has the fix. Remediation for CVE-2020-8300 requires a two-step process:

  1. Upgrade the vulnerable ADC instance to a release and build that has the fix.

  2. Apply configuration jobs.

For details about how to remediate CVE-2020-8300, see Remediate vulnerabilities for CVE-2020-8300.

For more information about security advisory and how to remediate other CVEs, see Security Advisory.


It might take a couple of hours for security advisory system scan to conclude and reflect the impact of CVE-2020-8299 and CVE-2020-8300 in the security advisory module. To see the impact sooner, start an on-demand scan by clicking Scan-Now.


View monitor status to check application health

You can now use the Application dashboard in the ADM GUI under Applications > Dashboard, to view the health monitor status of an application and the failure message if any. For details, see Application details.


View app security configuration in app dashboard

When you drill-down an application from Applications > Dashboard, the Security tab now enables you to view if the application is configured with app security. If the WAF or Bot configuration is not enabled for the application, you can use the StyleBook to configure.

StyleBook configure


Improvements to RTT calculation

Citrix ADC instances might not able to calculate the RTT value for some transactions. For such transactions, the web transaction analytics and Web Insight in ADM display the RTT value as < 1 ms.

The RTT calculation for such transactions is improved and ADM now displays the following RTT values as:

  • NA - Displays when the ADC instance cannot calculate the RTT.

  • < 1ms - Displays when the ADC instance calculates the RTT in decimals between 0 ms and 1 ms. For example, 0.22 ms.


In Applications > Web Insight, you can now view details for the following SSL parameters under SSL Errors:

  • Cipher mismatch

  • Unsupported Ciphers

SSL error details

Under SSL errors, click an SSL parameter (Cipher Mismatch or Unsupported Ciphers) to view details such as the SSL cipher name, the recommended actions, and the details of the affected applications and clients.

For more information, see Web Insight.


Fixed Issues

The issues that are addressed in Build June 08, 2021.

Management and Monitoring

If you rename a scheduled configuration job and delete it from the ADM GUI, the ADM server does not remove this job.



While registering the ADM agent, the default password must be changed. If the new password contains a special character such as open and/or close bracket, a syntax error occurs. As a result, you cannot log on to ADM agent.


Release Notes for Citrix ADM service June 08, 2021 Release