Endpoint Management service for US Government

Endpoint Management service features are generally available to Citrix Cloud Government customers. Citrix releases updates to Endpoint Management service for US Government about three months after a commercial version update.

The following table highlights the feature differences between the commercial and US government offerings. “Yes” means that a feature is supported. See the notes following this table for information, including about items with an asterisk (*).

Endpoint Management service feature Commercial US government
Mobile Device Management (MDM) Yes Yes
Mobile App Management (MAM) Yes Yes
Mobile productivity apps (Secure Mail and Secure Web) Yes Yes
Citrix ADC VPX 3000 (2) Yes No*
Universal licenses Yes Yes
iOS, macOS, Android, Windows 10 Yes Yes
Chrome OS, Workspace hub, Alexa for Business, tvOS Yes *
Workspace Environment Management (WEM) integration Yes *
Intune integration Yes *
Citrix Gateway service Yes *
Citrix MDX service Yes *
Endpoint Management connector for Exchange ActiveSync Yes *
Citrix Gateway connector for Exchange ActiveSync Yes *

Note:

  • Using the Citrix Gateway service to provide secure access to endpoints for external users is not available. External connectivity requires an on-premises Citrix Gateway.

  • Use of Citrix ADC VPX 3000 doesn’t provide end-to-end FIPS encryption. The Endpoint Management service for US Government bundle doesn’t include Citrix Gateway VPX 3000.

  • Device services that are specific to iOS, macOS, Android, and Windows 10 endpoints run in Citrix Cloud Government. Other device endpoints are hosted outside of the Citrix Cloud Government boundary, in Citrix Cloud commercial regions.

  • Asterisks (*) indicate integrations and services that are hosted outside of the Citrix Cloud Government boundary, in Citrix Cloud commercial regions.

  • Endpoint Management service for US Government doesn’t use feature flags (also known as Launch Darkly).

Endpoint Management service for US Government