Release Notes

Note:

Citrix SSO app is not supported for iOS 11.x and lower versions after June 2020.

The Citrix SSO release notes describe the new features, enhancements to existing features, fixed issues, and known issues available in a service release. The release notes include one or more of the following sections:

What’s new: The new features and enhancements available in the current release.

Fixed issues: The issues that are fixed in the current release.

Known issues: The issues that exist in the current release and their workarounds, wherever applicable.

V1.3.3 (20-Nov-2020)

Fixed issues

  • EPA scan for file check does not work with Citrix SSO for macOS if it has the special character ~ (tilde) in the file path.

    [CGOP-15721 - macOS]

V1.3.2 (04-Nov-2020)

Fixed issues

  • Citrix SSO for macOS does not prompt users to select a new device certificate in case it expires or the Certificate Authority on the ADC has changed.

    [CGOP-15653 - macOS]

V1.3.1 (15-Oct-2020)

What’s new

  • The Error, Debug, and Verbose logging levels are now available in Citrix SSO for iOS.

    [CGOP-15234 - iOS]

  • The packet header information is displayed in Verbose level logging and the old log files are deleted if their number exceeds 50.

    [CGOP-13987]

Fixed issues

  • Users cannot select a new device certificate in Citrix SSO for macOS if the current certificate expires.

    [NSHELP-24481]

V1.3.0 (16-Sep-2020)

What’s new

  • New Citrix logo is introduced.

    [CGOP-15327]

V1.2.18 (10-Sep-2020)

What’s new

  • Verbose logging level is now added for Citrix SSO for macOS.

    [CGOP-13985]

Fixed issues

  • Citrix SSO for macOS prompts for user permission to access the root directory when the device certificate check is added as part of the nFactor scan.

    [CGOP-14722]

  • After the macOS wakes up from sleep mode, Citrix SSO takes more than 30 seconds to re-establish the VPN connection.

    [CGOP-14723]

  • Citrix SSO for iOS and macOS fails to transfer logon if classic authentication is enabled.

    [NSHELP-24577]

V1.2.17

Fixed issues

  • Transfer Logon does not happen with Citrix Gateway version 13.0, build 61.48 if nFactor authentication is enabled.

    [CGOP-14619]

  • Citrix SSO for iOS and macOS does not connect to Citrix Gateway if it is hosted on a port other than port 443.

    [NSHELP-24079]

Known issues

  • Citrix SSO for iOS and macOS fails to transfer logon if classic authentication is enabled.

    [NSHELP-24491]

V1.2.16

Fixed issues

  • Citrix SSO for macOS does not support the idle timeout feature.

    [CGOP-237]

  • Citrix SSO for macOS does not display the forced timeout warning message.

    [CGOP-246]

Known issues

  • Transfer Logon does not happen with Citrix Gateway version 13.0, build 61.48 if nFactor authentication is enabled.

    [CGOP-14619]

V1.2.15

Fixed issues

  • Citrix SSO 1.2.14 does not work as intended on the client if the following two conditions are met:
    • Split tunnel is set to ON.
    • Citrix ADC appliance version is 12.1 or earlier.

    [NSHELP-24038]

  • Transfer Logon does not work if the following two conditions are met:
    • nFactor authentication is configured.
    • Citrix ADC theme is set to Default.

[CGOP-14092]

V1.2.14

Fixed issues

  • In a rare case, Citrix SSO crashes repeatedly.

    [NSHELP-24009]

V1.2.13

Fixed issues

  • Citrix SSO is not supported on iOS versions 11 and earlier. Only iOS versions 12.0 and later are supported.

    [CGOP-14034 - iOS]

  • Citrix SSO does not reconnect after a high availability failover if post authentication EPA is configured.

    [NSHELP-23574 - macOS]

  • Citrix SSO does not open certain apps after connecting over the tunnel when the compression mode is set to “mixed”.

    [NSHELP-23489]

V1.2.12

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

V1.2.11

Fixed issues

  • TOTP token load fails and a user sees no TOTP tokens. If a user tries to add a token, the earlier tokens are lost. With this fix, you can create and save the tokens again.

    [NSHELP-23351]

V1.2.10

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

V1.2.9

Known issues

  • TOTP token load fails and a user sees no TOTP tokens. If a user tries to add a token, the earlier tokens are lost.

    [NSHELP-23351]

V1.2.8

What’s new

  • nFactor authentication is now supported for all customers using the Citrix SSO app.

    [CGOP-12728]

Fixed issues

  • Citrix SSO app for iOS crashes if per app-VPN tunnel feature is enabled.

    [CGOP-13133 - iOS]

  • The Accept Connection dialog box displays content in the English language irrespective of the language selected.

    [CGOP-13050 - macOS]

  • The text “Home Page” in the Citrix SSO app > Home page is truncated for some languages.

    [CGOP-13049 - macOS]

  • Citrix SSO app does not connect to Citrix Gateway if the device’s language is set to “Simplified Chinese”.

    [CGOP-12919 - macOS]

V1.2.7

Fixed issues

  • Sometimes, Citrix SSO might fall back to classic authentication even if nFactor authentication is configured.

    [CGOP-12611]

  • Citrix SSO might crash on iOS devices when per-app VPN is configured.

    [CGOP-10702 - iOS]

Known issues

  • VPN is sometimes frozen after macOS wakes from sleep.

    [NSHELP-20656 - macOS]

V1.2.6

Known issues

  • VPN is sometimes frozen after macOS wakes from sleep.

    [NSHELP-20656 - macOS]

V1.2.5

Known issues

  • VPN is sometimes frozen after macOS wakes from sleep.

    [NSHELP-20656 - macOS]

V1.2.4

Known issues

  • Sometimes, the VPN session does not respond after the Mac device wakes up from sleep mode.

    [NSHELP-20656 - macOS]

V1.2.3

What’s new

  • Citrix SSO URL scheme – Citrix SSO now registers a URL scheme so that other applications can determine if Citrix SSO is installed on an iOS device. The URL scheme is “citrixsso.”

    [CGOP-11979 - iOS]

Fixed issues

  • Citrix SSO app crashes when sending heavy UDP traffic.

    [CGOP-11603 - macOS]

  • Citrix SSO for the iPad crashes when the app is started from a notification on iOS 13.

    [NSHELP-21087 - iOS]

V1.2.2

Fixed issues

  • In some GSLB deployments, Citrix SSO resolves the gateway name multiple times resulting in connection failures.

    [CGOP-12013]

  • Citrix SSO for iOS fails to scan OTPSecret greater than 16 bytes.

    [CGOP-11978 - iOS]

  • Users with profiles configured for certificate only authentication and a NAC check are prompted to enter the logon credentials and are unable to create the VPN connections.

    [CGOP-11925 - iOS]

  • Though the per-app Split Tunnel flag is checked only for TCP traffic, ICMP traffic is tunneled even in cases where the ICMP traffic must be sent directly.

    [CGOP-11614 - iOS]

Known issues

  • The Citrix Gateway plug-in for macOS does not support the feature that opens the landing page on the Citrix Workspace app.

    [NSHELP-7047]

V1.2.0

What’s new

  • nFactor authentication support. nFactor authentication is now supported on both, iOS, and macOS.

    [CGOP-11251]

  • Citrix SSO app support. Citrix SSO app is now supported on iOS 13 and macOS Catalina.

    [CGOP-11714]

Fixed issues

  • The client IP address is displayed backwards in the Connections page of the SSO app.

    [CGOP-11596]

  • Citrix SSO does not honor the DNS truncated bit in the DNS flag in Citrix ADC release 13.0.

    [CGOP-11777]

  • Per-app split tunnel is not compatible with Citrix ADC release 13.0.

    [CGOP-11464]

  • Citrix SSO ignores some of the timeout messages from Citrix Gateway.

    [CGOP-11310]

  • When users log in to the app for the first time, the last line of the app description does not appear on the user screen.

    [CGOP-11595 - macOS]

  • The Citrix SSO app logon window size keeps increasing when you repeatedly click the Logon button.

    [CGOP-11594 - macOS]

  • When the maximum number of licensed users limit is exceeded, an error message is displayed at the system level and not within the app window.

    [CGOP-11600 - macOS]

V1.1.12

What’s new

  • Telemetry data collection for macOS. Citrix SSO collects custom analytics events related to VPN usage in the app.

    [CGOP-9789 - macOS]

  • Per-app split tunnel support. Administrators can configure the per-app split tunnel. Per-app traffic that matches the intranet routes for Citrix Gateway is tunneled to the Citrix Gateway appliance.

    [CGOP-657]

  • FQDN Split Tunnel tunnels traffic based on the FQDN of the system. FQDN Split Tunnel tunnels traffic based on the FQDN of the system rather than the IP resolved by the DNS servers.

    [CGOP-316]

Fixed issues

  • User interface elements such as buttons, text fields, labels and so forth are misaligned across iPad screens.

    [CGOP-10141 - iOS]

  • Users are not notified for a remote login if they do not have a VPN profile added.

    [CGOP-9731 - iOS]

V1.1.10

Fixed issues

  • Citrix SSO app does not display the proper error message upon reaching the maximum number of users.

    [CGOP-231]

  • EULA check box is not cleared by default.

    [CGOP-245]

  • Add functionality is not supported for antiphishing “enabled” scan in EndPoint Analysis.

    [CGOP-249]

  • Automatic selection of the client or device certificate for authentication does not happen even if only one client/device is present in the keychain.

    [CGOP-251]

  • Unable to add a ‘connection record’ after editing one in the Citrix SSO app.

    [CGOP-7256]

Release Notes