Citrix Files for Mac

About

Citrix Files for Mac allows you to access your files directly through a mapped drive, providing a native Finder experience. Files are downloaded only when accessed, and temporarily stored on your computer. Changes made to the files are automatically saved back to the cloud. You can access more functionality through the right-click context menu and perform operations such as sharing or requesting of files.

Download Citrix Files for Mac at Citrix Downloads.

For information about new features, see What’s new.

Fixed issues

Fixed issues in 1911

  • This fix addresses a sharing violation error that appeared on Microsoft Excel files. [CFMAC-3067]
  • When using macOS Catalina, files might download to the cache when the user browses through the folder. [CFMAC-3076]

Fixed issues in 1910

  • Moving the cache limit slider might toggle the beta flag on and off instead of changing the cache limit. [CFMAC-3045]
  • Dutch localization might not display correctly. [CFMAC-3056]

Fixed issues in 1908

  • Moving a subfolder and then deleting its parent folder might cause the subfolder to be removed. [CFMAC-2249]

Fixed issues in 1904

  • Citrix Files for Mac might consume an excessive amount of CPU. [CFMAC-2719]
  • Attempts to open files from the dashboard can fail for files that have not been opened previously. [CFMAC-2738]
  • When editing a file or folder offline and going back online, the file might not be moved to a recovery folder. [CFMAC-2762]
  • Users might have to reauthenticate by relaunching the app. [CFMAC-2765]
  • Deleting files during offline sync might cause Citrix Files for Mac to exit unexpectedly. [CFMAC-2787]

Fixed issues in 4.6

  • Citrix Files for Mac might exit unexpectedly when switching from dark to light mode or light to dark mode. [CFMAC-2661]
  • Locally edited files might not update correctly if there’s a new remote version. [CFMAC-2676]
  • The database crawler might look up items without caching, which can consume a lot of CPU. [CFMAC-2684]
  • File and folder might not stay up to date. [CFMAC-2695]

Known issues

Known issues in 1911

  • A file might not delete properly if it is open in another application. As a workaround, close all applications accessing a file before deleting it. [CFMAC-2998]

Known issues in 1910

  • A file might not delete properly if it is open in another application. As a workaround, close all applications accessing a file before deleting it. [CFMAC-2998]

Known issues in 1908

  • A file might not delete properly if it is open in another application. As a workaround, close all applications accessing a file before deleting it. [CFMAC-2998]

Known issues in 1904

  • When opening and editing Adobe InDesign files, Citrix Files for Mac might not save the files and cause Adobe InDesign to exit unexpectedly. [CFMAC-2552]
  • When installing Citrix Files for Mac for the first time, a kernel extension approval dialog appears.
  • Restricted Zones are not supported. [SFWGTM-515]
  • When using offline access, folders might not copy properly. [SFWGTM-2145]
  • Items in the dashboard might not open when double-clicked. [SFWGTM-2387]

Known issues in 4.6

  • When opening and editing Adobe InDesign files, Citrix Files for Mac might not save the files and cause Adobe InDesign to exit unexpectedly. [CFMAC-2552]
  • When installing Citrix Files for Mac for the first time, a kernel extension approval dialog appears.
  • Restricted Zones are not supported. [SFWGTM-515]
  • When using offline access, folders might not copy properly. [SFWGTM-2145]
  • Items in the dashboard might not open when double-clicked. [SFWGTM-2387]

Known issues in 4.5

  • When opening and editing Adobe InDesign files, Citrix Files for Mac might not save the files and cause Adobe InDesign to exit unexpectedly. [CFMAC-2552]
  • When installing Citrix Files for Mac for the first time, a kernel extension approval dialog appears.
  • Restricted Zones are not supported. [SFWGTM-515]
  • When using offline access, folders might not copy properly. [SFWGTM-2145]
  • Items in the dashboard might not open when double-clicked. [SFWGTM-2387]

Known issues in 4.4

  • When installing Citrix Files for Mac for the first time, a kernel extension approval dialog appears.
  • Restricted Zones are not supported. [SFWGTM-515]
  • When using offline access, folders might not copy properly. [SFWGTM-2145]
  • Items in the dashboard might not open when double-clicked. [SFWGTM-2387]

Known issues in 4.3

  • When installing Citrix Files for Mac for the first time, a kernel extension approval dialog appears.
  • Restricted Zones are not supported. [SFWGTM-515]
  • When using offline access, folders might not copy properly. [SFWGTM-2145]
  • When using offline access, in-progress badges for files and folders might take longer than usual to update. [SFWGTM-2310]

Limitations

  • Several features are temporarily disabled while there is no internet connectivity. These features will become available again when internet connectivity is restored.
  • Restricted Zones are not supported.
  • When opening and editing Adobe InDesign files, Citrix Files for Mac might not save the files and cause Adobe InDesign to exit unexpectedly.
  • When using offline access, folders might not copy properly.
  • Items in the dashboard might not open when double-clicked.

System requirements

OS requirements

  • macOS 10.12 Sierra or later

Other requirements

  • Local administrator rights are needed to install the app.

Citrix Files for Mac includes open source software licensed under the terms defined in the following document: Citrix Files for Mac open source notices.