Product Documentation

What’s new

The new features and enhancements to existing features available in a release.

January 16, 2019

The Citrix Application Delivery Manager (ADM) agents are, by default, automatically upgraded to Citrix ADM 13.0 build 30.15. You can view the agent details on the Networks > Agents page. You can also specify the time when you want the agent upgrades to happen. For more information, see Configuring Agent Upgrade Settings.

Platform improvements were done in this release to enhance performance.

January 04, 2019

The Citrix Application Delivery Manager (ADM) agents are, by default, automatically upgraded to Citrix ADM 13.0 build 30.14. You can view the agent details on the Networks > Agents page. You can also specify the time when you want the agent upgrades to happen. For more information, see Configuring Agent Upgrade Settings.

December 07, 2018

This release includes enhancements and bug fixes.

The Citrix Application Delivery Manager (ADM) agents are, by default, automatically upgraded to Citrix ADM 13.0 build 30.14. You can view the agent details on the NetworksAgents page. You can also specify the time when you want the agent upgrades to happen. For more information, see Configuring Agent Upgrade Settings.

New and enhanced features

Infrastructure analytics

Note

This feature is currently available in preview.

Citrix ADM Infrastructure analytics feature collates all the data gathered from the Citrix ADC instances into a visual representation on a single page on Citrix ADM. The Infrastructure Analytics feature helps you to visualize the factors that resulted or might result in an issue on the instances. This visualization also helps you to determine the actions that must be performed to prevent the issue and its recurrence. For more information, see Infrastructure analytics.

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Integrating Citrix ADM with Citrix XenDesktop Director

Citrix ADM is now integrated with Citrix Director. This enables Director to display HDX Insight reports from Citrix ADM in the Network and the User details page and provides has user, applications, desktops, instances and license specific information. For more information, see Integrating Citrix ADM with Citrix XenDesktop Director.

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Support to download SSL certificates

You can now download the SSL certificates from Citrix ADM by navigating to Networks > SSL dashboard. Select an SSL certificate and click Download from the Action list. For more information, see Download SSL certificates.

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Support to backup and restore Citrix ADC SDX instances

It is now possible to back up and restore a Citrix ADC SDX instance from Citrix ADM. For more information, see Back up and restore Citrix ADC instances.

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Fixed issues

Applications

  • In the application dashboard aggregation logic, the latest data volume value is preserved as it is total counter. But sometimes values are seen higher which is considerably higher than the latest value.

    [718359]

November 19, 2018

This release includes enhancements and bug fixes.

The Citrix Application Delivery Manager (Citrix ADM) agents are, by default, automatically upgraded to Citrix ADM 12.1 build 505.130. You can view the agent details on the NetworksAgents page. You can also specify the time when you want the agent upgrades to happen. For more information, see Configuring Agent Upgrade Settings.

New and enhanced features

Configure AppFlow on multiple virtual servers and view progress information

When you configure AppFlow on multiple virtual servers at the same time, a pop-up window displays the step-by-step progress of the AppFlow configuration. The information shows the number of virtual servers being configured at the instance level. The progress information is useful when you are configuring AppFlow on a large number of virtual servers.

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Note

Citrix ADM supports IPFIX as default transport mode while configuring AppFlow on virtual servers. From Citrix ADC 12.0 release onwards, Citrix ADM supports Logstream, and you must explicitly select Logstream, if required.

While enabling AppFlow on Citrix Gateway instances, ensure that you select either ICA or TCP as a transport mode. If you select both, ICA takes precedence over TCP. Selecting HTTP along with either ICA or TCP is allowed. For more information on enabling AppFlow using ADM, see Enabling AppFlow using Citrix ADM

Fixed issues

Analytics

  • When the name of the virtual server exceeds 60 characters, it causes the AppFlow action name to exceed 128 characters. Enabling configuration of such action names might lead to the ADC instance to stop working.

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  • A longer time is needed to enable of clear AppFlow configurations for multiple virtual servers on an ADC instance.

    [717675]

Networks

  • Though you can upload any certificate or certificate key file from your local storage system to Citrix ADM, the “read” permissions for such files are not retained by ADM. When such files are uploaded by ADM to respective ADC instances, ADC displays such files as invalid files.

    [716691]

  • Sometimes Citrix ADM might not be able to communicate with Citrix trusted services due to improper exception handling. You might not be able to log on to Citrix ADM service. There might be some resource leakage also on ADM service.

    [717571]

  • When you configure two event rules that corresponds to the same event, but have different event ages, Citrix ADM considers only the rule that has a lesser event age configured on it. With this fix, Citrix ADM considers both event rules.

    [716930]

  • Syslog messages are displayed in multiple pages in Citrix ADM. When you search for Syslog messages in one page by entering a keyword, the same search results are not retained when you move to another page. You have to search again by entering the same keyword. With this fix, Citrix ADM displays the result of the search in all pages.

    [715671]

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