About this release

This section lists new features and fixed issues for Citrix Enterprise Browser (formerly Citrix Workspace Browser) for Mac and Windows operating systems.

What’s new in 121.1.1.9

This release includes an independent upgrade for Citrix Enterprise Browser version 121.1.1.9, which is based on Chromium version 121. This upgrade is compatible with Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2311 and Windows 2311.1. The upgrade is available for both auto upgrade and manual upgrade. The installer for manual upgrade is available on the Downloads page. For more information on auto upgrade and manual upgrade of independent installer, see Independent upgrade of Citrix Enterprise Browser.

Supports auto upgrade of independent installer on Windows

Starting with this release, Citrix Enterprise Browser supports auto upgrade of independent installer on Windows. For more information on auto upgrade, see Auto upgrade.

Fixed issues

Citrix Enterprise Browser might stop responding when you apply security policies to the apps with lengthy URLs. [SPAHELP-247]

Known issues

There are no known issues in this release.

Note:

For a complete list of issues in the earlier releases, see the Known issues section.

Earlier releases

This section provides information about the new features and fixed issues in the previous releases that we support as per the Lifecycle Milestones for Citrix Workspace app.

120.1.1.13

This release of the Enterprise Browser is compatible with Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2311 and Windows 2311. Enterprise Browser is based on Chromium version 120.

Citrix Enterprise Browser upgrade to version 120 for Mac and Windows

This release includes an independent upgrade for Citrix Enterprise Browser version 120.1.1.13, which is based on Chromium version 120. This upgrade is compatible with Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2311 and Windows 2311 respectively. The upgrade is available on the Downloads page.

Fixed issue in 120.1.1.13

There are no fixed issues in this release.

119.1.1.115

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is compatible with the Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2311 and Windows 2311. Citrix Enterprise Browser is based on Chromium version 119.

Improved user experience and session reload time

Previously, Citrix Enterprise Browser displayed a reconnection modal when you attempted to perform an action after your session expired. Starting with Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2311 and Windows 2311 (which corresponds to the Chromium version 119.1.1.115), there is no longer a reconnection modal. Instead, a loading icon now appears on the browser tab when you attempt to perform any action after your session expires.

Improved watermark design

Citrix Enterprise Browser now has a new watermark design that is less intrusive and provides a better user experience.

Support for custom browser extension

Citrix Enterprise Browser has expanded its extension capabilities. Previously, only extensions from the Chrome Web Store were permitted. Citrix Enterprise Browser now allows you to add custom extensions securely. Administrators can configure custom extensions as part of the mandatory list. End users can access and use these extensions either via citrixbrowser://extensions or by clicking the Extensions option under More button as needed. For more information on how to configure the custom extensions, see Mandatory custom extension.

Simplified single sign-on for Web and SaaS apps through the Global App Configuration service

Note:

For Mac operating system, this feature is available only for StoreFront.

Previously, single sign-on (SSO) was configured in Citrix Enterprise Browser using the PowerShell module. From this version, you can configure the simplified SSO feature in Citrix Enterprise Browser by using a newly introduced setting in the Global App Configuration service (GACS). Administrators can use this new setting to enable SSO for all web and SaaS apps in Citrix Enterprise Browser. This method eliminates the need for the complex PowerShell module.

For more information on how to manage SSO through GACS, see Manage single sign‑on for Web and SaaS apps through the Global App Configuration service.

Extending simplified single sign-on functionality to StoreFront

Note:

The feature is available only for the Windows operating system.

The single sign-on (SSO) feature is now available for StoreFront, which assures a unified SSO experience. This new capability eliminates the need for users to authenticate separately when accessing apps through StoreFront. To facilitate this SSO feature, use the same Identity Provider (IdP) for both Web and SaaS apps, and for StoreFront. For more information on how to manage SSO through GACS, see the Manage single sign‑on for Web and SaaS apps through the Global App Configuration service.

Manage pass-through authentication in Citrix Enterprise Browser

Note:

The feature is available only for the Windows operating system.

Pass-through authentication (PTA) is a feature of Azure AD Connect. PTA is an authentication method where the user credentials are passed from the client machine to the server. You never see it as it happens on the back end. In this method, the client machine directly communicates with the authentication server to validate the user’s credentials. PTA is typically used when your client machine and the authentication server trust each other, and your client machine is considered to be secure. For more information on Microsoft Azure AD pass-through authentication, see the Microsoft Entra seamless single sign-on.

To facilitate pass-through authentication, you need the Windows Accounts extension to interact with applications that require Azure AD based access within the Enterprise Browser. Administrator can configure this Windows Accounts extension as part of the mandatory list under ExtensionInstallForcelist. For more information on the configuration of mandatory extensions, see the Mandatory extension.

Enhanced capabilities on monitoring end user activities

Previously, administrators were unable to monitor end user activities such as App accessed and Traffic type. Starting with Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2311 versions (corresponding to Chromium version 119.1.1.115), you can now monitor these details as well.

  • App accessed: Enterprise Browser provides information about all the apps accessed by the end user, provided the app is listed in the policy document.
  • Traffic type: Enterprise Browser provides information about whether data is sent directly or through Secure Private Access.

To monitor the end user activities from Enterprise Browser, use the Citrix Analytics service using your Citrix Cloud account. After signing in to Citrix Cloud, navigate to Analytics > Security > Search. There, you can refer to Apps and Desktops under the Self-Service Search section. For more information on Citrix Analytics, see the Citrix Analytics documentation.

Fixed issues in 119.1.1.115

There are no fixed issues in this release.

119.1.1.4

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is compatible with Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2309, Windows 2309, and Windows 2309.1. Also it’s based on Chromium version 119.

Citrix Enterprise Browser upgrade to version 119 for macOS and Windows

This release includes an independent upgrade for Citrix Enterprise Browser version 119.1.1.4, which is based on Chromium version 119. This upgrade is compatible with Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2309, Windows 2309, and Windows 2309.1 respectively. The upgrade is available on the Downloads page.

Fixed issue in 119.1.1.4

There are no fixed issues in this release.

118.1.1.7

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is compatible with the Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2309 and it’s based on Chromium version 118.

Citrix Enterprise Browser upgrade to version 118 for macOS

This release includes the independent upgrade for Citrix Enterprise Browser version 118.1.1.7, which is based on Chromium version 118. The upgrade is compatible with Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2309. The upgrade is available on the Downloads page.

Citrix Enterprise Browser user agent has changed

Earlier, the Citrix Enterprise Browser was using a custom user-agent. Starting with the Citrix Enterprise Browser version 118, the user-agent is as follows:

user-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_15_7) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/118.0.0.0 Safari/537.36

x-citrix-client: CWABrowser CWACapable

brand: Citrix Enterprise Browser

Note:

Depending on the version, the numbers in the user agent are subject to change.

The user-agent header, Citrix Enterprise Browser, helps to differentiate Citrix Enterprise Browser from other native browsers. To enhance the security, you can restrict the SaaS apps to open only in the Enterprise Browser. To do so, you must modify the sign-in page of your company’s Identity Provider (IdP) to leverage the user-agent header to specify the browser brand. Then, enable the IdP to check the header during the authentication process. As a result, users can open SaaS apps only in the Enterprise Browser, not in other browsers.

For more information, see the Controlled access to SaaS applications. In this article, you can see how to restrict SaaS app access to the Enterprise Browser using either Okta or NetScaler as an IdP.

Fixed issues in 118.1.1.7

There are no fixed issues in this release.

117.1.1.13

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2309.1 and it’s based on Chromium version 117.

Fixed issue in 117.1.1.13

The anti-screen capture feature doesn’t function as intended on Citrix Enterprise Browser version 117.1.1.9, when running on Windows 11. [CTXBR-6181]

117.1.1.11

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is compatible with the Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2309 and it’s based on Chromium version 117.

Support for independent upgrade of Citrix Enterprise Browser for macOS

Citrix Enterprise Browser now supports independent upgrade of Citrix Enterprise Browser using the independent installer. The new stand-alone installer upgrades Citrix Enterprise Browser independently without a need to upgrade Citrix Workspace app. For more information, see Independent upgrade of Citrix Enterprise Browser.

Fixed issues in 117.1.1.11

There are no fixed issues in this release.

117.1.1.9

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2309 and it’s based on Chromium version 117.

Authentication through Citrix Enterprise Browser for Windows

Previously, if the authentication token for Citrix Workspace app expired, you weren’t able to use Citrix Enterprise Browser. You had to switch to Citrix Workspace app and reauthenticate to continue using Citrix Enterprise Browser.

From Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2309 version (which corresponds to the Chromium version 117.1.1.9), you can authenticate within Citrix Enterprise Browser only when the store remains the same. It ensures authentication to Citrix Workspace app as well. In addition, this feature provides a seamless sign-in experience.

Note:

  • This feature applies to Workspace stores.

Authentication using Citrix Enterprise Browser

Fixed issues in 117.1.1.9

There are no fixed issues in this release.

115.1.1.103

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2308 and it’s based on Chromium version 115.

113.1.1.34

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2307 and it’s based on Chromium version 113.

Authentication through Citrix Enterprise Browser for Mac

Previously, if the authentication token for Citrix Workspace app expired, you weren’t able to use Citrix Enterprise Browser. You had to switch to Citrix Workspace app and reauthenticate to continue using Citrix Enterprise Browser.

From Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2307 version (which corresponds to the Chromium version 113.1.1.34), you can authenticate within Citrix Enterprise Browser only when the store remains the same. It ensures authentication to Citrix Workspace app as well. In addition, this feature provides a seamless sign-in experience.

Note:

  • This feature applies to Workspace stores.

Authentication using Citrix Enterprise Browser

Split view support

Citrix Enterprise Browser on macOS supports split view for ease of multitasking. With split view, you can use Citrix Enterprise Browser and another window next to each other, without having to manually move and resize windows. For more information, see Apple’s support article.

Split view

Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut

Starting with Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2307 version, an administrator can configure and control the presence of Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut on the Launchpad.

Note:

By default, this setting is enabled for Workspace stores.

Configuration

An IT administrator can configure the presence of the Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut in one of the following ways:

  • Mobile Device Management (MDM)
  • Global App Configuration service (GACS)
  • web.config file.

Note:

  • All the configuration methods have equal priority. Enabling any one of them enables the shortcut.
  • If you haven’t configured the shortcut but have one or more Workspace stores, the shortcut gets automatically enabled.
  • For end users, the Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut appears if the user makes it as a favorite app regardless of the configuration.
  • To disable this feature for Workspace stores, administrators must apply one of the following settings:
    • set the CEBShortcutEnabled attribute to false in the MDM or web.config file.
    • disable the Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut property in GACS.
Mobile Device Management (MDM)

Administrators can push the settings CEBShortcutEnabled set as true to the user’s device.

For more information on how to use MDM see, Mobile Device Management (MDM).

Note:

This way of configuration is applicable on Workspace and StoreFront.

Global App Configuration service (GACS)

Administrators can enable Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut as follows:

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to enable Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut:

 "settings" : [
     {
          "name": "enable citrix enterprise browser shortcut",
          "value": true
     }
]
<!--NeedCopy-->

Note:

  • The default value is Null.
Configuration through UI

Navigate to Workspace Configuration > App Configuration > Citrix Enterprise Browser and enable Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut.

Select the appropriate checkbox from the UI:

Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut

For more information on how to use the GACS UI, see the User interface article in the Citrix Enterprise Browser documentation.

Note:

This way of configuration is applicable on Workspace and StoreFront.

web.config file

Enable the attribute CEBShortcutEnabled under the properties.

    <properties>
        <property name="CEBShortcutEnabled" value="True" />
    </properties>
<!--NeedCopy-->

Note:

This way of configuration is applicable on StoreFront.

Using web.config

To enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut, do the following:

  1. Use a text editor to open the web.config file, which is typically at C:\inetpub\wwwroot\Citrix\Roaming directory.

  2. Locate the user account element in the file (Store is the account name of your deployment).

    For example: <account id=... name="Store">

  3. Before the </account> tag, navigate to the properties of that user account and add the following:

        <properties>
            <property name="CEBShortcutEnabled" value="True" />
        </properties>
    <!--NeedCopy-->
    

The following is an example of the web.config file:

<account>
    <clear />
    <account id="d1197d2c-ac82-4f13-9346-2ee14d4b0202" name="F84Store"
      description="" published="true" updaterType="Citrix" remoteAccessType="None">
      <annotatedServices>
        <clear />
        <annotatedServiceRecord serviceRef="1__Citrix_F84Store">
          <metadata>
            <plugins>
              <clear />
            </plugins>
            <trustSettings>
              <clear />
            </trustSettings>
            <properties>
                  <property name="CEBShortcutEnabled" value="True" />
            </properties>
          </metadata>
        </annotatedServiceRecord>
      </annotatedServices>
      <metadata>
        <plugins>
          <clear />
        </plugins>
        <trustSettings>
          <clear />
        </trustSettings>
        <properties>
          <clear />
        </properties>
      </metadata>
    </account>
<!--NeedCopy-->
How to configure using web.config
  1. Use a text editor to open the web.config file, which is typically at C:\inetpub\wwwroot\Citrix\Roaming directory.

  2. Locate the user account element in the file (Store is the account name of your deployment).

    For example: <account id=... name="Store">

  3. Before the </account> tag, navigate to the properties of that user account and add the following:

        properties>
            <property name="CEBShortcutEnabled" value="True" />
        </properties>
    <!--NeedCopy-->
    

Fixed issues in 113.1.1.34

There are no fixed issues in this release.

112.1.1.24

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2305 and it’s based on Chromium version 112.

What’s new

Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut

Starting with the Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2309 version, an administrator can configure and control the presence of the Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut on the Start menu.

Note:

  • By default, this setting is enabled for Workspace stores.
Configuration

An IT administrator can configure the presence of the Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut in one of the following ways:

  • Group Policy Object (GPO)
  • Global App Configuration service (GACS)
  • web.config.file.

Notes:

  • All the configuration methods have equal priority. Enabling any one of them enables the shortcut.
  • If you haven’t configured the shortcut but have one or more Workspace stores, the shortcut gets automatically enabled.
  • For end users, the Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut appears if the user makes it as a favorite app regardless of the configuration.
  • To disable this feature for Workspace stores, administrators must apply the following settings in any one of the following:
◈  set the **CEBShortcutEnabled** attribute to **false** in the `web.config` file.
◈  disable the **Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut** property in GPO and GACS.
Using Group Policy Object

Administrators can use the Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut property to control the display of the Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut on the Start menu.

Note:

Configuration through GPO is applicable on Workspace and StoreFront.

To enable the Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut, do the following:

  1. Open the Citrix Workspace app Group Policy Object administrative template by running gpedit.msc.
  2. Under the Computer Configuration node, go to Administrative Templates > Citrix Components > Citrix Workspace > Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  3. Select the Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut option.

Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut

For more information on how to use the GPO, see Group Policy Object administrative template in Citrix Workspace app for Windows documentation.

Global App Configuration service (GACS)

Administrators can enable Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut as follows:

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to enable Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut:

 "settings" : [
     {
          "name": "enable citrix enterprise browser shortcut",
          "value": true
     }
]
<!--NeedCopy-->

Note:

  • The default value is Null.

Configuration through UI

Navigate to Workspace Configuration > App Configuration > Citrix Enterprise Browser and enable Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut.

Select the appropriate checkbox from the UI:

Enable Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut

For more information on how to use the GACS UI, see the User interface article in the Citrix Enterprise Browser documentation.

Note:

This way of configuration is applicable on Workspace and StoreFront.

web.config file

Enable the attribute CEBShortcutEnabled under the properties.

<properties>  

    <property name="CEBShortcutEnabled" value="True" />

</properties>
<!--NeedCopy-->

Note:

Configuration through web.config is applicable on StoreFront.

Using web.config

To enable the Citrix Enterprise Browser shortcut, do the following:

  1. Use a text editor to open the web.config file, which is typically at C:\inetpub\wwwroot\Citrix\Roaming directory.
  2. Locate the user account element in the file (Store is the account name of your deployment) For example: <account id=... name="Store">

  3. Before the </account> tag, navigate to the properties of that user account and add the following:

    <properties>
    
            <property name="CEBShortcutEnabled" value="True" />
    
    </properties>
    <!--NeedCopy-->
    

Following is an example of the web.config file:

<account>
      <clear />
      <account id="d1197d2c-ac82-4f13-9346-2ee14d4b0202" name="F84Store"
        description="" published="true" updaterType="Citrix" remoteAccessType="None">
        <annotatedServices>
          <clear />
            <annotatedServiceRecord serviceRef="1__Citrix_F84Store">
                <metadata>  
                   <plugins>  
                     <clear />
                       </plugins>
                       <trustSettings>
                       <clear />
                       </trustSettings>
                       <properties>
                        <property name="CEBShortcutEnabled" value="True" />
                       </properties>
                      </metadata>
                     </annotatedServiceRecord>
                    </annotatedServices>
                   <metadata>
                  <plugins>
                  <clear />
                  </plugins>
                <trustSettings>
                <clear />
                </trustSettings>
               <properties>
                <clear />
         </properties>
      </metadata>
</account>

<!--NeedCopy-->

Modification in Secure Private Access policy implementation on internal Web and SaaS apps

This feature enhances the security policies implementation on the Web and SaaS apps. When a webpage and its iframes have different policies, we follow a stricter policy implementation. You can apply a union of all policies on the entire webpage, including the iframes. However, the watermark is applied to the webpage only.

Support for browser extensions

Citrix Enterprise Browser allows you to add browser extensions in a secure way. An administrator can deploy, manage, and control the extensions. End users can view and use the extension under citrixbrowser://extensions as required. For more settings, see the Global App Configuration service.

For more information on how to configure, see Support for browser extensions.

Use the Global App Config service to manage Citrix Enterprise Browser

The administrator can use the Global App Configuration service (GACS) for Citrix Workspace to deliver Citrix Enterprise Browser settings through a centrally managed service. The Global App Configuration service is designed for administrators to easily configure Citrix Workspace and manage the Citrix Workspace app settings.

This feature allows admins to use the Global App Configuration service to apply various settings or system policies to the Citrix Enterprise Browser on a particular store. The administrator can now configure and manage the following Citrix Enterprise Browser settings using APIs or the GACS Admin UI:

  • “Enable CEB for all apps” - Makes the Citrix Enterprise Browser the default browser for opening web and SaaS apps from the Citrix Workspace app.
  • “Enable save passwords” - Allow or deny end users the ability to save passwords.
  • “Enable incognito mode” - Enable or disable incognito mode.
  • “Managed Bookmarks” - Allow an administrator to push bookmarks to the Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  • “Enable developer tools” - Enable or disable developer tools within Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  • “Delete browsing data on exit” - Allow the administrator to configure what data the Citrix Enterprise Browser deletes on exit.
  • “Extension Install Force list” - Allow the administrator to install extensions in the Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  • “Extension Install Allow list” - Allow the administrator to configure an allowed list of extensions that users can add to the Citrix Enterprise Browser. This list uses the Chrome Web Store.

For more information, see Use Global App Config service to manage Citrix Enterprise Browser.

Notes:

  • The name and value pair are case-sensitive.
  • All the browser settings in GACS are under the following categories:
```
        {
            "category": "browser",
            "userOverride": false,
            "assignedTo": [
                "AllUsersNoAuthentication"
            ]
        }
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The administrator can apply the settings to unmanaged devices as well. For more information, see the Global App Configuration service documentation.

User interface

To configure Citrix Enterprise Browser through the GACS Admin UI, do the following:

Note:

The minimum version required is:

  • Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2305, and the corresponding Citrix Enterprise Browser version is 112.1.1.23.
  • Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2305, and the corresponding Citrix Enterprise Browser version is 112.1.1.24.
  1. Sign in to citrix.cloud.com with your credentials.

    Note:

  2. Upon authentication, click the menu button in the top left corner and select Workspace Configuration.

    Menu

    The Workspace Configuration screen appears.

  3. Click App Configuration > Citrix Enterprise Browser.

    Breadcrumbs

    You can now configure, modify, and publish Citrix Enterprise Browser feature settings.

Fixed issues in 112.1.1.24

There are no fixed issues in this release.

112.1.1.23

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for macOS 2305 and it’s based on Chromium version 112.

What’s new

Modification in Secure Private Access policy implementation on internal Web and SaaS apps

This feature enhances the security policies implementation on the Web and SaaS apps. When a webpage and its iframes have different policies, we follow a stricter policy implementation. You can apply a union of all policies on the entire webpage, including the iframes. However, the watermark is applied to the webpage only.

Support for browser extensions

Citrix Enterprise Browser allows you to add browser extensions in a secure way. An administrator can deploy, manage, and control the extensions. End users can view and use the extension under citrixbrowser://extensions as required. For more settings, see the Global App Configuration service.

For more information on how to configure, see Support for browser extensions.

Use the Global App Config service to manage Citrix Enterprise Browser

The administrator can use the Global App Configuration service (GACS) for Citrix Workspace to deliver Citrix Enterprise Browser settings through a centrally managed service. The Global App Configuration service is designed for administrators to easily configure Citrix Workspace and manage the Citrix Workspace app settings.

This feature allows admins to use the Global App Configuration service to apply various settings or system policies to the Citrix Enterprise Browser on a particular store. The administrator can now configure and manage the following Citrix Enterprise Browser settings using APIs or the GACS Admin UI:

  • “Enable CWB for all apps” - Makes the Citrix Enterprise Browser the default browser for opening web and SaaS apps from the Citrix Workspace app.
  • “Enable save passwords” - Allow or deny end users the ability to save passwords.
  • “Enable incognito mode” - Enable or disable incognito mode.
  • “Managed Bookmarks” - Allow an administrator to push bookmarks to the Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  • “Enable developer tools” - Enable or disable developer tools within Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  • “Delete browsing data on exit” - Allow the administrator to configure what data the Citrix Enterprise Browser deletes on exit.
  • “Extension Install Force list” - Allow the administrator to install extensions in the Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  • “Extension Install Allow list” - Allow the administrator to configure an allowed list of extensions that users can add to the Citrix Enterprise Browser. This list uses the Chrome Web Store.

For more information, see Use Global App Config service to manage Citrix Enterprise Browser.

Notes:

  • The name and value pair are case-sensitive.
  • All the browser settings in GACS are under the following categories:
```
        {
            "category": "browser",
            "userOverride": false,
            "assignedTo": [
                "AllUsersNoAuthentication"
            ]
        }
<!--NeedCopy--> ```

The administrator can apply the settings to unmanaged devices as well. For more information, see the Global App Configuration service documentation.

User interface

To configure Citrix Enterprise Browser through the GACS Admin UI, do the following:

Note:

The minimum version that is required is:

  • Citrix Workspace app for Mac 2305, and the corresponding Citrix Enterprise Browser version is 112.1.1.23.
  • Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2305, and the corresponding Citrix Enterprise Browser version is 112.1.1.24.
  1. Sign in to citrix.cloud.com with your credentials.

    Note:

  2. Upon authentication, click the menu button in the top left corner and select Workspace Configuration.

    Menu

    The Workspace Configuration screen appears.

  3. Click App Configuration > Citrix Enterprise Browser.

    Breadcrumbs

    You can now configure, modify, and publish Citrix Enterprise Browser feature settings.

Fixed issues

There are no fixed issues in this release.

109.1.1.29

What’s new

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2303 and it’s based on Chromium version 109.

Secure Private Access support for StoreFront

As an administrator, you can now configure Web and SaaS apps in StoreFront using a Secure Private Access solution. After the administrator configures the app, end users can open web and SaaS apps using Citrix Enterprise Browser with enhanced security.

For more information, see Secure Private Access for on-premises in the Citrix Secure Private Access documentation.

Fixed issues in 109.1.1.29

  • The published URLs open through the Citrix Enterprise Browser instead of the device’s default browser. [CTXBR-4718]

108.1.1.97

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2302 and it’s based on Chromium version 108.

What’s new

Open all web and SaaS apps through the Citrix Enterprise Browser

In this release of Enterprise Browser (in Citrix Workspace app for Windows), all internal web apps and external SaaS apps available in Citrix Workspace app open in Citrix Enterprise Browser.

Option to start Citrix Enterprise Browser from within Citrix Workspace app

Previously, you opened Citrix Enterprise Browser from Citrix Workspace app after opening a web or SaaS app.

Starting with this release, you can open the Citrix Enterprise Browser directly from the Citrix Workspace app without requiring you to open a web or SaaS app. This feature provides easy access to Citrix Enterprise Browser and doesn’t require any configurations from administrators. This feature is available by default.

Note:

This feature is available for Cloud customers only, and the end user must have entitlement to at least one web or SaaS app through Secure Private Access.

ceb-as-an-app

Fixed issues

  • Some SaaS apps which have enhanced security set to OFF fail to open in Citrix Enterprise Browser if Citrix Enterprise Browser is the default browser. [CTXBR-4106] [CTXBR-4405]

107.1.1.13

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for macOS 2301 and it’s based on Chromium version 107.

Set Citrix Enterprise Browser as the work browser

You can now configure Citrix Enterprise Browser as a work browser to open all work links. You can select an alternate browser to open non-work links.

A work link is a link that is associated with the web or SaaS apps that are configured by the administrator for the end user. When a user clicks any link within a native application, if it’s a work link, it’s opened through Citrix Enterprise Browser. If not, it’s opened through the alternate browser that the end-user selects.

For more information, see Set Citrix Enterprise Browser as the work browser.

Fixed issues

  • HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) protocol with High-Efficiency Advanced Audio Coding (AAC-HE) stream fails to play back audio on Citrix Enterprise Browser. [CTXBR-3899]

  • When you click a hyperlink in the custom portal, an error message appears before opening the link. Later, the link opens in a system browser, for example, Google Chrome instead of Citrix Enterprise Browser. [CTXBR-4051]

107.1.1.13

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2212 and it’s based on Chromium version 107.

Note:

  • From release 2210 (105.1.1.27), the Open all web and SaaS apps through the Citrix Enterprise Browser feature is disabled.

Set Citrix Enterprise Browser as the work browser

You can now configure Citrix Enterprise Browser as a work browser to open all work links. You can select an alternate browser to open non-work links.

A work link is a link that is associated with the web or SaaS apps that are configured by the administrator for the end user. When a user clicks any link within a native application, if it’s a work link, it’s opened through Citrix Enterprise Browser. If not, it’s opened through the alternate browser that the end-user selects.

For more information, see Set Citrix Enterprise Browser as the work browser.

Fixed issues

There are no fixed issues in this release.

105.2.1.40

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2210.5 and it’s based on Chromium version 105. This release addresses issues that help to improve performance and stability.

Fixed issues

There are no fixed issues in this release.

105.2.1.40

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for macOS 2211 and it’s based on Chromium version 105. This release addresses issues that help to improve performance and stability.

Fixed issues

There are no fixed issues in this release.

105.1.1.36

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser (in Citrix Workspace app for macOS) is based on Chromium version 105.

This release addresses issues that help to improve overall performance and stability. For more information about what’s new in 105.1.1.36, see what’s new in 105.1.1.27 section. The list of features is common in both releases.

Fixed issues

  • When you open a Web or SaaS app with upload restrictions, the app opens in Secure Browser Service (SBS) instead of Citrix Enterprise Browser. [CTXBR-3686]

105.1.1.27

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2210 and it’s based on Chromium version 105.

Rebranding Citrix Workspace Browser

Citrix Workspace Browser is now Citrix Enterprise Browser. The custom scheme is now changed from citrixworkspace:// to citrixbrowser://.

New-scheme

Note:

If you’ve pinned the Citrix Workspace Browser icon to the docker, you must remove it manually.

Implementing this transition in our products and their documentation is an ongoing process. Your patience during this transition is appreciated.

  • The product UI, in-product content, and the images and instructions in product documentation will be updated in the coming weeks.
  • It’s possible that some items (such as commands and MSIs) might continue to retain their former names to prevent breaking existing customer scripts.
  • Related product documentation and other resources (such as videos and blog posts) that are linked from this product documentation might still contain former names.

Make Citrix Enterprise Browser the work browser [Technical Preview]

You can now configure Citrix Enterprise Browser to open all work or enterprise links and apps configured by your administrator in the Citrix Workspace app. This feature provides a way for you to open only work links or web and SaaS apps in the Citrix Enterprise Browser. You can select an alternate browser to open any other non-work links or apps.

You can register for this technical preview by using this Podio form.

Note:

Technical previews are available for customers to test in their non-production or limited production environments, and to give customers an opportunity to share feedback. Citrix does not accept support cases for feature previews but welcomes feedback for improving them. Citrix might or might not act on feedback based on its severity, criticality, and importance. It’s advised that Beta builds aren’t deployed in production environments.

Open all web and SaaS apps through the Citrix Enterprise Browser

In this release of Citrix Enterprise Browser (in Citrix Workspace app for Windows), all internal web apps and external SaaS apps available in the Citrix Workspace app open in Citrix Enterprise Browser.

Support for browser extensions [Technical Preview]

You can add extensions that are provided by your administrator to the Citrix Enterprise Browser in a secure way. An administrator can deploy, manage, and control the extensions. End users can view and use the extension under citrixbrowser://extensions as required.

For more settings, see the Global App Configuration service.

For more information on how to configure, see Support for browser extensions.

You can register for this technical preview by using this Podio form.

Note:

Technical previews are available for customers to test in their non-production or limited production environments, and to give customers an opportunity to share feedback. Citrix does not accept support cases for feature previews but welcomes feedback for improving them. Citrix might or might not act on feedback based on its severity, criticality, and importance. It’s advised that Beta builds aren’t deployed in production environments.

Use the Global App Config service to manage Citrix Enterprise Browser [Technical Preview]

The administrator can use the Global App Configuration service for Citrix Workspace to deliver Citrix Enterprise Browser settings through a centrally managed service. The Global App Configuration service is designed for administrators to easily configure Citrix Workspace and manage the Citrix Workspace app settings.

This feature allows admins to use the Global App Configuration service to apply various settings or system policies to the Citrix Enterprise Browser on a particular store. The administrator can now configure and manage the following Citrix Enterprise Browser settings using the Global App Configuration service:

  • “Enable CWB for all apps” - Makes the Citrix Enterprise Browser the default browser for opening web and SaaS apps from the Citrix Workspace app.
  • “Enable save passwords” - Allow or deny end users the ability to save passwords.
  • “Enable incognito mode” - Enable or disable incognito mode.
  • “Managed Bookmarks” - Allow the administrator to push bookmarks to the Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  • “Enable developer tools” - Enable or disable developer tools within Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  • “Delete browsing data on exit” - Allow the administrator to configure what data the Citrix Enterprise Browser deletes on exit.
  • “Extension Install Force list” - Allow the administrator to install extensions in the Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  • “Extension Install Allow list” - Allow the administrator to configure an allowed list of extensions that users can add to the Citrix Enterprise Browser. This list uses the Chrome Web Store.

For more information, see Use Global App Config service to manage Citrix Enterprise Browser.

You can register for this technical preview by using this Podio form.

Note:

Technical previews are available for customers to test in their non-production or limited production environments, and to give customers an opportunity to share feedback. Citrix does not accept support cases for feature previews but welcomes feedback for improving them. Citrix might or might not act on feedback based on its severity, criticality, and importance. It’s advised that Beta builds aren’t deployed in production environments.

Fixed issues

There are no fixed issues in this release.

105.1.1.19

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is installed with the Citrix Workspace app for macOS 2210 and it’s based on Chromium version 105.

Rebranding Citrix Workspace Browser

Citrix Workspace Browser is now Citrix Enterprise Browser. The custom scheme is now changed from citrixworkspace:// to citrixbrowser://.

New-scheme

Note:

If you’ve pinned the Citrix Workspace Browser icon to the docker, you must remove it manually.

Implementing this transition in our products and their documentation is an ongoing process. Your patience during this transition is appreciated.

  • The product UI, in-product content, and the images and instructions in the product documentation are being updated in the coming weeks.
  • It’s possible that some items (such as commands and MSIs) might continue to keep their former names to prevent breaking existing customer scripts.
  • Related product documentation and other resources (such as videos and blog posts) that are linked from this product documentation might still contain former names.

Make Citrix Enterprise Browser the work browser [Technical Preview]

You can now configure Citrix Enterprise Browser to open all work or enterprise links and apps configured by your administrator in the Citrix Workspace app. This feature provides a way for you to open only work links or web and SaaS apps in the Citrix Enterprise Browser. You can select an alternate browser to open any other non-work links or apps.

You can register for this technical preview by using this Podio form.

Note:

Technical previews are available for customers to test in their non-production or limited production environments, and to give customers an opportunity to share feedback. Citrix does not accept support cases for feature previews but welcomes feedback for improving them. Citrix might or might not act on feedback based on its severity, criticality, and importance. It’s advised that Beta builds aren’t deployed in production environments.

Open all web and SaaS apps through the Citrix Enterprise Browser

In this release of Citrix Enterprise Browser (in Citrix Workspace app for Windows), all internal web apps and external SaaS apps available in the Citrix Workspace app open in Citrix Enterprise Browser.

Support for browser extensions [Technical Preview]

You can add extensions that are provided by your administrator to the Citrix Enterprise Browser in a secure way. An administrator can deploy, manage, and control the extensions. End users can view and use the extension under citrixbrowser://extensions as required.

For more settings, see the Global App Configuration service.

For more information on how to configure, see Support for browser extensions.

You can register for this technical preview by using this Podio form.

Note:

Technical previews are available for customers to test in their non-production or limited production environments, and to give customers an opportunity to share feedback. Citrix does not accept support cases for feature previews but welcomes feedback for improving them. Citrix might or might not act on feedback based on its severity, criticality, and importance. It’s advised that Beta builds aren’t deployed in production environments.

Use the Global App Config service to manage Citrix Enterprise Browser [Technical Preview]

The administrator can use the Global App Configuration service for Citrix Workspace to deliver Citrix Enterprise Browser settings through a centrally managed service. The Global App Configuration service is designed for administrators to easily configure Citrix Workspace and manage the Citrix Workspace app settings. This feature allows admins to use the Global App Configuration service to apply various settings or system policies to the Citrix Enterprise Browser on a particular store. The administrator can now configure and manage the following Citrix Enterprise Browser settings using the Global App Configuration service:

  • “Enable CWB for all apps” - Makes the Citrix Enterprise Browser the default browser for opening web and SaaS apps from the Citrix Workspace app.
  • “Enable save passwords” - Allow or deny end users the ability to save passwords.
  • “Enable incognito mode” - Enable or disable incognito mode.
  • “Managed Bookmarks” - Allow administrator to push bookmarks to the Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  • “Enable developer tools” - Enable or disable developer tools within Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  • “Delete browsing data on exit” - Allow the administrator to configure what data the Citrix Enterprise Browser deletes on exit.
  • “Extension Install Force list” - Allow the administrator to install extensions in the Citrix Enterprise Browser.
  • “Extension Install Allow list” - Allow the administrator to configure an allowed list of extensions that users can add to the Citrix Enterprise Browser. This list uses the Chrome Web Store.

For more information, see Use Global App Config service to manage Citrix Enterprise Browser.

You can register for this technical preview by using this Podio form.

Note:

Technical previews are available for customers to test in their non-production or limited production environments, and to give customers an opportunity to share feedback. Citrix does not accept support cases for feature previews but welcomes feedback for improving them. Citrix might or might not act on feedback based on its severity, criticality, and importance. It’s advised that Beta builds aren’t deployed in production environments.

Fixed issues

There are no fixed issues in this release.

103.2.1.10

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser (in Citrix Workspace app for macOS 2209) is based on Chromium version 103.

Fixed issues

This release addresses issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

103.1.1.14

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser (in Citrix Workspace app for macOS 2208.1) is based on Chromium version 103.

Citrix Enterprise Browser Profiles

Profiles help you keep personal information such as history, bookmarks, passwords, and other settings separate for each of your Citrix Workspace accounts. Based your Workspace store, a profile is created, allowing you to have a unique and personalized browsing experience.

Note:

After you upgrade to version 103.1.1.14 and sign in to the device for the first time, only your previously saved passwords are removed. When you sign in to the device using a different store for the first time, all your previously saved data is lost.

Open all web and SaaS apps through the Citrix Enterprise Browser [Technical Preview]

From this release, all internal web apps and external SaaS apps available in the Citrix Workspace app open in Citrix Enterprise Browser.

You can register for this technical preview by using this Podio form.

Note:

Technical previews are available for customers to test in their non-production or limited production environments, and to give customers an opportunity to share feedback. Citrix does not accept support cases for feature previews but welcomes feedback for improving them. Citrix might or might not act on feedback based on its severity, criticality, and importance. It’s advised that Beta builds aren’t deployed in production environments.

Fixed issues

This release addresses issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

102.1.1.14

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser (in Citrix Workspace app for Windows 2207) is based on Chromium version 102.

Open all web and SaaS apps through the Citrix Enterprise Browser [Technical Preview]

From this release, all internal web apps and external SaaS apps available in the Citrix Workspace app open in Citrix Enterprise Browser. You can register for this technical preview by using this Podio form.

Note:

Technical previews are available for customers to test in their non-production or limited production environments, and to give customers an opportunity to share feedback. Citrix does not accept support cases for feature previews but welcomes feedback for improving them. Citrix might or might not act on feedback based on its severity, criticality, and importance. It’s advised that Beta builds aren’t deployed in production environments.

Fixed issues

This release addresses issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

101.1.1.14

  • This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser (in Citrix Workspace app for macOS) is based on Chromium version 101.

  • Citrix Workspace app now alerts you about closing active browser windows, when you do any of the following in the Citrix Workspace app:

    • Sign out from a store
    • Switch to a different store
    • Add a new store
    • Delete the current store

Fixed issues

This release addresses issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

101.1.1.12

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser (in Citrix Workspace app for Windows) is based on Chromium version 101.

Fixed issues

This release addresses issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

101.1.1.9

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser (in Citrix Workspace app for Windows) is based on Chromium version 101.

Fixed issues

This release addresses issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

99.1.1.8

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser (on macOS) is based on Chromium version 99.

Make Citrix Enterprise Browser your default browser

You can now make Citrix Enterprise Browser your default browser. Once you have made the Citrix Enterprise Browser your default browser, all links and Web and SaaS apps open in the Citrix Enterprise Browser by default.

Make default

For more information about making Citrix Enterprise Browser your default browser, see Set Citrix Enterprise Browser as the default browser.

Open Citrix Enterprise Browser from the Workspace icon in the system tray

You can now open Citrix Enterprise Browser from the Workspace app icon on Windows OS. To open the Citrix Enterprise Browser from the Workspace app icon in the system tray, right-click the Workspace app icon and click Open Citrix Enterprise Browser.

System tray

If you have not already signed in to the Workspace app, you must provide your credentials and refresh the page when prompted.

Authentication prompt

Note:

The Open Citrix Enterprise Browser option isn’t available if your system administrator hasn’t added any web or SaaS apps in the Workspace app.

Fixed issues

  • On devices running macOS, the Look Up option is grayed out when the Restrict clipboard access policy is enabled. [CTXBR-1812]
  • The Save link as option is enabled for SaaS apps when the Restrict clipboard access policy is enabled. [CTXBR-1827]
  • When the Restrict clipboard access is enabled, you cannot drag selections from a webpage to the text editor although the webpage supports it. [CTXBR-1829]
  • On devices running macOS, Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) isn’t supported. [CTXBR-1844]

98.1.2.20

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is based on Chromium version 98.

Support for an enhanced Single sign-on (SSO) experience for web and SaaS apps [Technical Preview]

This feature simplifies the configuration of SSO for internal web apps and SaaS apps while using third-party identity providers (IdPs) in the Workspace app for Windows. The enhanced SSO experience reduces the entire process to a few commands. It eliminates the mandatory prerequisite to configure Citrix Secure Private Access in the IdP chain to set up SSO. It also improves the user experience, provided the same IdP is used for authentication to both the Workspace app and the particular web or SaaS app being launched.

You can register for this technical preview by using this Podio form.

Note:

Technical previews are available for customers to test in their non-production or limited production environments, and to give customers an opportunity to share feedback. Citrix does not accept support cases for feature previews but welcomes feedback for improving them. Citrix might or might not act on feedback based on its severity, criticality, and importance. It’s advised that Beta builds aren’t deployed in production environments.

Fixed issues

This release addresses several issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

98.1.2.17

This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is based on Chromium version 98.

Support for an enhanced Single sign-on (SSO) experience for web and SaaS apps [Technical Preview]

This feature simplifies the configuration of SSO for internal web apps and SaaS apps while using third-party identity providers (IdPs) in the Workspace app for Mac. The enhanced SSO experience reduces the entire process to a few commands. It eliminates the mandatory prerequisite to configure Citrix Secure Private Access in the IdP chain to set up SSO. It also improves the user experience, provided the same IdP is used for authentication to both the Workspace app and the particular web or SaaS app being launched.

You can register for this technical preview by using this Podio form.

Note:

Technical previews are available for customers to test in their non-production or limited production environments, and to give customers an opportunity to share feedback. Citrix does not accept support cases for feature previews but welcomes feedback for improving them. Citrix might or might not act on feedback based on its severity, criticality, and importance. It’s advised that Beta builds aren’t deployed in production environments.

Fixed issues

This release addresses several issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

97.1.2.22

  • This release of Citrix Enterprise Browser is based on Chromium version 97.
  • As part of the branding update, the browser is renamed as Citrix Enterprise Browser in the UI and system files.
  • View Enterprise Browser version details.: you can now view the complete version details of the Citrix Enterprise Browser by typing the following URL in the address bar:citrixbrowser://version/.

    Version details

  • Collect Citrix Enterprise Browser logs.: you can collect details about browser activity and network configuration by navigating to Settings > Advanced > Logs. By default, the log collection level is set to Error, which is the recommended value.

    Logs

    You can customize the log collection level by selecting one of the following values from the drop-down list:

    • Verbose
    • Info
    • Warning
    • Error (Recommended)
    • Fatal

    For more information about collecting logs, see Log collection.

Fixed issues

This release addresses several issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

95.1.1.19

This release addresses issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues

  • If a Progressive Web App (PWA) that is protected is opened on macOS, the App Protection policies aren’t enforced. [RFMAC-10128]

92.2.1.10

This release addresses issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues

  • On devices running macOS, the Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) isn’t supported. [CTXBR-1844]
  • In Citrix Enterprise Browser, you’re unable to capture screenshots of browser windows that aren’t protected. This issue occurs when protected browser windows are minimized. This issue occurs intermittently. [CTXBR-1925]
  • Open a protected SaaS app, open a new tab, and separate the new tab into a new window by dragging it out of the tab bar. Now arrange two windows next to each other and open a new tab in the second window and take a screenshot. You can capture the screenshot for the protected SaaS app as well. This issue occurs on macOS. [RFMAC-10060]

92.1.1.31

This release addresses issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues

  • The browser crashes when you switch from the protected desktop session window to the unprotected SaaS app. This issue occurs on macOS when you’ve opened a protected app, an unprotected SaaS app, and a protected desktop session. [CTXBR-2087]

  • If your administrator has installed external extensions in Google Chrome, the Citrix Enterprise Browser crashes when you open it. [CTXBR-2135]

Known issues

Known issues in 115.1.1.103 for macOS

  • When you sign in to Citrix Workspace app with a cloud store that doesn’t have Secure Private Access entitlement, and if you open Citrix Enterprise Browser, an incorrect error message appears:

    Sign in to Citrix Workspace app again and refresh this page.

    The expected error message is:

    Secure Private Access entitlements aren’t available for your store.

    [CTXBR-5838]

Known issues in 109.1.1.29 for Windows

  • When the end user doesn’t have Citrix Enterprise Browser installed, the published URLs with the SPAEnabled tag open through the device’s default browser instead of Citrix Enterprise Browser. In such a case, the security policies don’t apply. The issue occurs on the StoreFront deployments only. [CTXBR-4753]

Known issues in 107.1.1.13 for macOS

  • On macOS Ventura devices, progressive web apps (PWA) fail to open. The following error message appears:

    “App Name is damaged and can’t be opened. You should move it to the Bin”.

    As a workaround, right-click on the app and select Open. If you’re using the keyboard, press the Ctrl key and click the app. Select Open. [CTXBR-3885]

Known issues in 107.1.1.13 for Windows

  • Some SaaS apps which have enhanced security set to OFF fail to open in Citrix Enterprise Browser if Citrix Enterprise Browser is the default browser. [CTXBR-4106]

Known issues in 99.1.1.9

  • When traffic is tunneled through NGS, Citrix Workspace app might fail to upload or download files that are greater than 64 MB. [CTXBR-3354]

Known issues in 98.1.2.17

  • After upgrading from Citrix Enterprise Browser version 2201 to version 2203, previously saved passwords are lost and you’re unable to save new passwords. This issue occurs in the Citrix Workspace app for Mac version 2203. [CTXBR-3063]

Known issues in 92.1.1.31

  • On devices running macOS, the Look Up option is grayed out and not available when the Restrict clipboard access policy is enabled. [CTXBR-1812]

  • The Save link as option still is enabled for SaaS apps when the Restrict clipboard access policy is enabled. [CTXBR-1827]

  • When the Restrict clipboard access is enabled, you can’t drag selections from a webpage to the text editor although the webpage supports it. [CTXBR-1829]

  • If you open Citrix Enterprise Browser as a standalone app by clicking the icon when you aren’t signed in to the Workspace app, an authentication prompt appears. When you sign in to the Workspace app and click the refresh icon continuously on the browser window, a blank page appears. [CTXBR-1834]

  • On devices running macOS, Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) isn’t supported. [CTXBR-1844]

  • While you’re logged into the Workspace app for Mac and the network connection is lost and restored again, the following error message appears:

    “You’re no longer signed into Citrix Workspace”

    This issue occurs when you open a resource by starting the Citrix Enterprise Browser from the Library folder before the network connection is restored. [CTXBR-1888]

  • Install a Progressive Web App from both Google Chrome and Enterprise Browser, and then uninstall either one of the apps. This action removes the desktop icon for both the app instances. [CTXBR-1893]

  • Active Citrix Enterprise Browser windows don’t close when the Citrix Workspace app is reset from the system tray. [CTXBR-1899]

  • In Citrix Enterprise Browser, you’re unable to capture screenshots of browser windows that aren’t protected. This issue occurs when protected browser windows are minimized. This issue occurs intermittently. [CTXBR-1925]

  • If Google Chrome has managed extensions, then Citrix Enterprise Browser crashes on launch. [CTXBR-2135]

  • Open a protected SaaS app, open a new tab, and separate the new tab into a new window by dragging it out of the tab bar. Now arrange two windows next to each other and open a new tab in the second window and take a screenshot. You can capture the screenshot for the protected SaaS app as well. This issue occurs on macOS. [RFMAC-10060]

  • If a Progressive Web App (PWA) that is protected is opened on macOS, the App Protection policies aren’t enforced. [RFMAC-10128]

Third-party notices

Citrix Enterprise Browser might include third-party software licensed under the terms defined in the following document:

Third Party Libraries for Citrix Enterprise Browser