About this release

What’s new in 1904

This release contains enhancements that help improve overall performance and stability.

  • Enhanced secure connection between the workspace hub and client. To optimize the security of the Citrix Ready workspace hub, configure the domain and host name. For more information, see Security connection.

  • Optimized performance for displaying web content. You can now improve the delivery of web browser content by configuring the Browser content redirection policy. For information, see Optimization of browser content.

Fixed issues

Fixed issues in 1904

  • After upgrading the WebkitGTK version to 2.16 in the Raspbian Stretch OS, you can observe some performance delays. A request to downgrade the image to version 2.09 has been submitted to Stratodesk. [WH-1665]
  • The mouse cursor might move slowly across the secondary display adapter. [WH-1664]
  • In the upgraded Raspbian Stretch OS, the USB microphone fails when starting audio calls for the HDX RealTime Optimization Pack. [WH-1647]
  • A DisplayConnector mouse thread might be terminated unexpectedly during session casting from a Xiaomi Mi pad. [WH-1419]
  • In the Android proximity configuration, the text overlaps the On/Off setting. [WH-1407]
  • The initial launch screen might exit unexpectedly and the hub logon page appears. [WH-1371]

Fixed issues in 1812

  • When running the wshcollect.sh file in the Stratodesk image, the data doesn’t display properly. [WH-1619]
  • Mouse and keyboard actions can cause screen anomalies, such as unresponsiveness and cycling of the initial launch screen. [WH-1662, WH-1609, WH-1608]
  • The controlservice process doesn’t stop running after you exit the initial launch screen in a new Raspbian Stretch OS. The workspace hub fails to launch. [WH-1586]
  • After upgrading to the Raspbian Stretch OS, you might not be able to stop the session casting on an Android device. [WH-1547]
  • When using Citrix Workspace app for Linux in the VDA session, the Outlook bookings display a time that is one hour earlier than the workspace hub time. [WH-1511]
  • The mouse might jump to the middle of the screen when you exit extended mode for screen casting on a Windows device. [WH-1402]
  • There are unexpected black lines on the Microsoft Windows 10 session desktop. [WH-860]

Known issues

Known issues in 1904

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1812

  • After upgrading the WebkitGTK version to 2.16 in the Raspbian Stretch OS, you can observe some performance delays. A request to downgrade the image to version 2.09 has been submitted to Stratodesk. [WH-1665]
  • The mouse cursor might move slowly across the secondary display adapter. [WH-1664]
  • In the upgraded Raspbian Stretch OS, the USB microphone fails when starting audio calls for the HDX RealTime Optimization Pack. [WH-1647]
  • A DisplayConnector mouse thread might be terminated unexpectedly during session casting from a Xiaomi Mi pad. [WH-1419]
  • The initial launch screen might exit unexpectedly and the hub logon page appears. [WH-1371]

Known limitations

  • Web Interface stores do not support session roaming. As a result, do not select the Add account type as Web Interface check box.
  • If you disconnect your session on Windows, it might take approximately 20 seconds for the session to exit on the hub.
  • Dual monitors support session roaming. Session casting is not supported.
  • To use the HDX RealTime Optimization Pack, Use Hardware Rendering must be set to Off. The feature works only on the primary screen. The window on the secondary screen is gray.
  • Wireless mouse devices - You might notice a lag when dragging a wireless mouse. Report this error in the Citrix Ready workspace hub Discussions forum. Include the make and model of the mouse.
  • Citrix Casting works only when the mobile device is connected to the same network as the workspace hub.
  • 5G Wireless - The workspace hub is built on the Raspberry Pi3 platform, which does not currently support 5G wireless. However, it is possible to support 5G using a USB Wi-Fi dongle (not recommended).
  • The Enlightened Data Transport (EDT) protocol is not supported with Citrix Ready workspace hub.