Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops

Fixed issues

The following issues have been fixed since Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7 1912 LTSR CU1:

Citrix Director

  • In Citrix Director, when you pull the report for a Delivery Group without a failed connection on the Failure tab under Trends, the details populate correctly. But details of all the Delivery Groups, including the Delivery Group that has no failed connections, might appear as failed connections when you export the report. [CVADHELP-14392]

  • When you attempt to configure an email server on a standalone server using Citrix Director, this error message might appear:

    Invalid Email Server.

    The issue occurs when you configure the email server for alerts and notifications. [CVADHELP-14648]

  • Citrix Director might not display all the rows of records. Only the top 50 entries are exported to the .CSV file even though the Application Instances filter page lists several application instances. [CVADHELP-14783]

  • In Citrix Director, when you pull the report for a Delivery Group on the Load Evaluator Index tab, the details might appear incorrectly. The report displays the details of all Delivery Groups rather than the selected Delivery Group. [CVADHELP-14869]

  • In Citrix Director, when you check machine usage for a selected Deliver Group by navigating to Director console > Trends > Machine Usage, the value appears as 0 (Zero). The issue occurs when you select a Delivery Group under Multi-session OS Machines. The issue occurs only with the In Use column. [CVADHELP-15136]

  • The integration of NetScaler Management and Analytics System (MAS) with Citrix Director might fail. As a result, the command C:\inetpub\wwwroot\Director\bin..\DisplayConfig\HdxInsightPlugin\HdxInsightForUDPluginConfig.xml fails with the following exception:

    Could not perform the logon operation and inner exception: The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad Request.

    [CVADHELP-15219]

  • When you shadow a session on version 1912 LTSR or 1912 LTSR CU1 of the VDA, Microsoft Remote Assistance process (msra.exe) might exit unexpectedly. [CVADHELP-15230]

  • The Session Activity consolidation task might time out, affecting the user experience. [CVADHELP-15305]

  • On the Capacity Management > Hosted Applications Usage tab, when you view a table that displays application-based usage for a delivery group over a time period, the usage data might be incorrect. [CVADHELP-15368]

Citrix Policy

  • The Policies > Assigned to tab might incorrectly display Citrix policies you assign to one or more delivery groups. For example, you assign a policy to two delivery groups and enable the assignment for only one of them. When you navigate to the Assigned to tab, both delivery groups are displayed. When you disable the policy, it becomes unassigned. But the Assigned to tab still displays the policy as assigned. [CVADHELP-15233]

  • After you upgrade a VDA from Cumulative Update version 2005 to version 2006, the Group Policy engine (CseEngine.exe) service might exit unexpectedly with an exception code 0xc0000409. [CVADHELP-15363]

  • In Citrix Studio, when you attempt to create or modify a Citrix policy, this error message appears on the Logging tab:

    Error while attempting to determine the policy change details.

    The policy is applied correctly, but you cannot find out who modified the settings. The issue occurs after you upgrade Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops to Version 1912 LTSR CU1 from Version 1912 LTSR. [CVADHELP-15726]

Citrix Provisioning

Citrix Provisioning 1912 CU2 documentation provides specific information about the updates in this release.

Citrix Studio

  • When you start a dedicated desktop session, a logon failure might occur and the logoff process might get stuck. Citrix Studio shows the session as connected, but you cannot log off until you manually restart the machine. [CVADHELP-10932]

  • When you run Studio as a published app, Studio might become unresponsive. [CVADHELP-14207]

  • On the Machine Allocation page, certain check boxes might be missing. The issue occurs when you are attempting to add machines to a delivery group or a machine catalog that has one or more user-assigned machines. [CVADHELP-15684]

  • This fix replaces the following registry settings with a Studio policy:
    • Client keyboard layout synchronization and IME improvement. Enables or disables dynamic keyboard layout synchronization and IME.
    • Enable Unicode keyboard layout mapping. Enables or disables Unicode keyboard layout mapping.
    • Hide keyboard layout switch pop-up message box. Hides or shows the keyboard layout switch notification dialog message.

    [CVADHELP-15706]

  • While you are creating a hosting connection to Azure, attempts to create a service principal might fail with an ADSTS700016 error. [CVADHELP-16219]

Delivery Controller

  • When you generate a License Server report using the udadmin command, the report might show that the licenses are issued to the same device multiple times. The issue occurs when different devices with the correct hardware IDs are updated against duplicate names. The issue does not impact the license consumption, but only the report. [CVADHELP-13763]

  • When you update machine catalogs using Machine Creation Services, the previous base disk folder might not be deleted from the VMware Storage. [CVADHELP-14264]

  • After a VDA reports a full load due to high memory usage, the load index value might remain at 10,000 even if the memory usage drops to a low level. [CVADHELP-14563]

  • The MonitorData.[User] table present in the Monitoring database might fail to synchronize data with Active Directory. Also, the user name, display name, and the UPN information present in the table become obsolete. [CVADHELP-14700]

  • Attempts to launch applications might fail. Many access requests to the Chb_State.Sessions table are blocked. [CVADHELP-14876]

  • When you select Machine Catalogs in the Studio navigation pane, Studio might fail to display the list of catalogs. This error message appears:

    You cannot see any catalogs.

    The issue occurs because Studio cannot retrieve the list of objects by using the Get-ProvSchemeMasterVMImageHistory PowerShell command. [CVADHELP-15211]

  • Attempts to create a Machine Creation Services (MCS) catalog using VMware vSphere 7.0 might fail. [CVADHELP-15237]

  • This fix adds support for NV4as_v4 machine types in Azure. [CVADHELP-15317]

  • With this fix, the v1 key references to the Director and Monitor Service are removed. [CVADHELP-15327]

  • After upgrading a VDA to Version 1912 LTSR CU1, the user name of an untrusted user logging on to the machine appears as Domain\UPN instead of Domain\User name. [CVADHELP-15440]

  • With Citrix Analytics for Performance enabled in Citrix Director, a memory leak might occur in the Monitor Service. [CVADHELP-15607]

  • When a table storage account is missing, you can still read the individual records for each machine every 20 seconds in 15 minutes. After that, the power state becomes unresponsive. [CVADHELP-15677]

  • Attempts to download snapshots might fail when using Microsoft Azure. [CVADHELP-15679]

  • This fix provides Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) 2019 support for Machine Creation Services (MCS) . [CVADHELP-15779]

  • Changes to the DefaultInstall parameter allow you to use Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to install the Machine Creation Services I/O (MCSIO) under a system account. [CVADHELP-15593]

  • Attempts to launch a desktop might fail when the power action is sent from the Delivery Controller. The power action fails with the following exception:

    System.Runtime.Remoting.RemotingException

    [CVADHELP-15835]

  • This fix provides the following benefits:
    • Provides Azure Standard SSD support. When creating a catalog, you, Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops administrators, can select Standard SSD as the disk type for both pooled and persistent catalog types.
    • Allows Azure support for secure transfer in Azure Storage. The Secure transfer required option enhances the security of storage accounts by allowing access to the accounts only from secure connections.
    • Resolves a power state caching issue. A power state synchronization reduces from 20 to 5 minutes.
    • Supports removing power management constraints. You can power on 1,000 VMs in 12 minutes. Previously, that took 1 hour.
    • With this fix, Azure Resource Manager throttles requests for subscriptions and tenants, routing traffic based on defined limits, tailored to the specific need of the provider

    [CVADHELP-15392]

  • The power state of virtual machines that the Citrix Broker Service obtains might be incorrect, causing session launch failures. The issue occurs when the Controller cannot power cycle the virtual machines correctly. [CVADHELP-15864]

  • When you manage or power cycle many machines using a Microsoft Azure plug-in, remoting exceptions might occur. [CVADHELP-16103]

Linux VDA

Linux VDA 1912 CU2 documentation provides specific information about the updates in this release.

Metainstaller

  • When you attempt to run the VDAServerSetup_1912.exe installer, an exception might occur. [CVADHELP-14457]

  • When upgrading a VDA, you cannot disable the Optimize performance feature on the Features page. Also, you cannot enable other features on that page. [CVADHELP-14560]

Profile Management

Profile Management 1912 CU2 documentation provides specific information about the updates in this release.

Session Recording

Session Recording 1912 CU2 documentation provides specific information about the updates in this release.

StoreFront

StoreFront 1912 CU2 documentation provides specific information about the updates in this release.

Third-party issues

  • An issue in Microsoft Windows 10 version 1809 might cause slight erratic behavior when using the Surface Pro and Surface Book pen. [HDX-17649]

VDA for single-session OS

Installing, Uninstalling, Upgrading

  • When you upgrade a VDA, the MaxVideoMemoryBytes registry key might revert to the default value. [CVADHELP-13629]

Keyboard

  • When you press Windows Key + P to display the projection sidebar, all the connected monitors might display a black background until you click the Esc key. The issue occurs with Transparent key pass-through enabled in a seamless session. [CVADHELP-14949]

  • For Remote PC Access deployments, keyboard input might not work in sessions running on non-Windows devices. [CVADHELP-15291]

  • With the F5 key configured as the keyboard shortcut to the Activate Terminal Node function in CATIA V5 Digital Mockup (DMU), reconnecting to a session might trigger the corresponding function. [CVADHELP-15402]

Session/Connection

  • When you start a dedicated desktop session, a logon failure might occur and the logoff process might get stuck. Citrix Studio shows the session as connected, but you cannot log off until you manually restart the machine. [CVADHELP-10931]

  • When several USB devices are redirected to a session, one of them might not work correctly. [CVADHELP-12516]

  • When audio devices are added to a user session, you cannot hear sounds from any of the devices except the sounds of Skype for Business. This error message appears:

    Error - no more device slots available - failed to add the device.

    The issue occurs when more than eight playback or record devices are attached to an endpoint. [CVADHELP-12760]

  • When you configure the High DPI setting to use the native resolution instead of high DPI, DPI scaling between the VDA and the user device might not match. The issue occurs during the initial connection. [CVADHELP-13205]

  • The default audio device in a session might not be the same as the default one on a user device. In the session, the first device on the audio device list becomes the default. [CVADHELP-13324]

  • After you restart a VDA, hardware-based encrypted USB redirection might not work. [CVADHELP-13336]

  • In a multi-monitor environment, applications might not display consistently on the same monitor. The issue occurs when you move to a new workstation. [CVADHELP-13657]

  • When you use HDX RealTime Webcam Video Compression, a webcam might show a black image instead of a live image. [CVADHELP-13877]

  • Some portions of an application window might become transparent, causing the application to run in the background instead of in the foreground. The issue occurs in seamless mode. [CVADHELP-13903]

  • In a site where XenApp and XenDesktop Version 7.15 LTSR Cumulative Update 4 runs on Microsoft Windows Server 2016, when you attempt to launch a published application, the application session might become unresponsive. This error message appears:

    Please wait for Local Session Manager

    [CVADHELP-13967]

  • During the initial launch of a VDI session on a 4K monitor, the session might display at a lower resolution. Also, a gray border might appear around the session window. The issue occurs with devices using certain third-party graphics cards. [CVADHELP-14401]

  • The Citrix software graphics process (Ctxgfx.exe) might constantly consume available memory within a session. [CVADHELP-14509]

  • When you install VDA Version 1912 or Version 7.15 CU5 on a physical machine, Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) records that machine as a virtual machine instead of a virtual physical machine. Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) records that machine as a virtual machine instead of a physical machine. The issue occurs when the Microsoft policy Turn on Base Virtualization Based Security is set to ON. [CVADHELP-14597]

  • On a VDA, when you reconnect to a single-monitor thin client from a multi-monitor thin client, the monitor layout might not be updated. [CVADHELP-14646]

  • Some third-party 32-bit scanning applications might not work on a VDA when they are redirected to the VDA using Generic USB redirection. The issue occurs when the scanning applications on the VDA use TWAIN DSM. The issue can also occur on a Remote PC Access VDA. [CVADHELP-14698]

  • When a user uses Remote PC Access to access the office PC, the remote session might be viewed from the office PC. As a result, session activities are exposed. [CVADHELP-14893]

  • Optimization for Microsoft Teams might fail to work in Microsoft Teams. The issue occurs when Citrix HDX is not connected. [CVADHELP-14967]

  • This fix provides a timer to send a small datagram over a UDP connection to keep the connection alive between the host and the client.

    To enable the fix, create the registry setting as follows:

    • For 32-bit systems

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\Audio

      Name: KeepAliveTimer

      Type: DWORD

      Value: Indicates the wait time interval (in seconds) between keep-alive messages. If left empty or set to 0, no keep-alive packets are sent and the keep-alive feature does not work. The recommended value is 15.

    • For 64-bit systems

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Citrix\Audio

      Name: KeepAliveTimer

      Type: DWORD

      Value: Indicates the wait time interval (in seconds) between keep-alive messages. If left empty or set to 0, no keep-alive packets are sent and the keep-alive feature does not work. The recommended value is 15.

      [CVADHELP-15122]

  • A session might disconnect when you maximize, minimize, or resize the desktop. The issue occurs with VDA for single-session OS Version 1912 CU1 running on Microsoft Windows 10 Version 1809. [CVADHELP-15200]

  • With the CtxUvi Hooking driver disabled, event logs might not be generated. The issue occurs when available system resources are low. [CVADHELP-15241]

  • When you attempt to reconnect to a new virtual machine, the following Microsoft .NET Framework error message might appear:

    Error Unhandled exception has occurred in your application

    [CVADHELP-15267]

  • The newest virtual channels might not be added to the internal hardcoded whitelist. When you enable whitelisting, this new virtual channel stops working unless they themselves are added to the user configured whitelist. [CVADHELP-15296]

  • With this fix, a warning message appears for a workstation VDA before the session gets disconnected due to an idle time out. [CVADHELP-15319]

  • This fix provides support to a new feature that lets you configure multiple forest deployments without enabling NTLM authentication on VDAs. However, the previous feature for enabling NTLM authentication is reserved for other deployments without trusts. A registry entry named SupportMultipleForestDdcLookup is added to avoid unwanted enabling of NTLM authentication on VDAs. (NTLM is less secure than Kerberos.) You can use SupportMultipleForestDdcLookup instead of the SupportMultipleForest entry. You can continue to use SupportMultipleForest for backward compatibility. The SupportMultipleForestDdcLookup registry key determines how VDAs perform delivery controller lookups. For more information, see Deploy in a multiple Active Directory forest environment. [CVADHELP-15467]

  • When a VDA attempts to register with a Delivery Controller, the broker agent performs an initial DNS lookup in the local domain. This lookup ensures that the Delivery Controller is reachable. When the DNS lookup fails, the broker agent falls back to performing top-down queries in Active Directory, repeatedly performing searches in all domains. If the address of the Delivery Controller is invalid (for example, the administrator typed the FQDN incorrectly when installing the VDA), the query operations can cause DDoS-like results on the domain controller. For more information, see Controller search during VDA registration. [CVADHELP-15484]

  • With the legacy graphics mode policy enabled, a gray screen might appear when you launch a session. This issue occurs with VDA version 7.15.6000. [CVADHELP-15841]

  • With this fix, the WTS Hook is enabled by default when you set the flag to 0x80000000. [CVADHELP-15929]

  • The following issues can be observed with Microsoft Teams:

    • When you reconnect to a session, the HdxTeams.exe process might fail to start. The issue occurs on a VDA running Microsoft Windows Server.
    • The Citrix HDX Teams Redirection Service (TeamsSvcs) might fail to get a user session ID. As a result, the Microsoft Teams redirection registry key is not updated.
    • When you reconnect to a session, the Citrix HDX Teams Redirection Service (TeamsSvcs) might exit unexpectedly.

    [CVADHELP-16213]

Smart Cards

  • With this fix, you can track the number of times a smart card has been inserted or removed from a reader using the SCardGetStatusChange function. [CVADHELP-15463]

System Exceptions

  • The Citrix Audio Redirection Service (CtxAudioSvc) might exit unexpectedly with an Event ID 1000 and an exception code 0x0c0000005. The issue occurs because of the faulting module, CtxVorbisDmo64.dll. [CVADHELP-14898]

  • The PicaShell.exe process might exit unexpectedly when there is heap corruption in the clipboard virtual channel DLL. [CVADHELP-14945]

  • The Internet Explorer browser add-on (Citrix HDXJsInjector) required for Browser Content Redirection might cause a webpage error when you use the developer tools. The InjectorScript.js intermittently experiences a runtime exception when accessing the HTML document.head. This error message appears:

    Error: Unable to get property ‘appendChild’ of undefined or null reference

    [CVADHELP-14960]

  • VDAs might experience a fatal exception on tdica.sys and display a blue screen with bug check code 0x1000007e. The issue occurs when you launch a session through Citrix Workspace app for HTML5. [CVADHELP-15220]

User Experience

  • When certain third-party applications are running within a user session, the mouse pointer might change to a spinning circle. The issue occurs when you drag an object in the session or perform a zoom operation. [CVADHELP-14247]

VDA for multi-session OS

Keyboard

  • When you press Windows Key + P to display the projection sidebar, all the connected monitors might display a black background until you click the Esc key. The issue occurs with Transparent key pass-through enabled in a seamless session. [CVADHELP-14949]

Session/Connection

  • When several USB devices are redirected to a session, one of them might not work correctly. [CVADHELP-12516]

  • When attempting to highlight text in a user session, you might experience performance issues. The issue occurs when you do that in Microsoft Outlook Version 2016 running in a published desktop.

    To enable the fix, set the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\Graphics

    Name: CursorShapeChangeMinInterval

    Type: DWORD

    Value: Possible values: 10 through 100. Recommended value: 50. The default is 0, which means disabled.

    [CVADHELP-12886]

  • After you restart a VDA, hardware-based encrypted USB redirection might not work. [CVADHELP-13336]

  • In a multi-monitor environment, applications might not display consistently on the same monitor. The issue occurs when you move to a new workstation. [CVADHELP-13657]

  • When you use HDX RealTime Webcam Video Compression, a webcam might show a black image instead of a live image. [CVADHELP-13877]

  • Some portions of an application window might become transparent, causing the application to run in the background instead of in the foreground. The issue occurs in seamless mode. [CVADHELP-13903]

  • In a site where XenApp and XenDesktop Version 7.15 LTSR Cumulative Update 4 runs on Microsoft Windows Server 2016, when you attempt to launch a published application, the application session might become unresponsive. This error message appears:

    Please wait for Local Session Manager

    [CVADHELP-13967]

  • The Citrix software graphics process (Ctxgfx.exe) might constantly consume available memory within a session. [CVADHELP-14509]

  • When you attempt to upload a file (such as .crx, .exe, or zip file) through Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 session), session reliability might cause the session to disconnect. [CVADHELP-14513]

  • Microsoft Windows winlogon.exe might exit unexpectedly. The issue occurs when you close a seamless session launched through a server. The issue occurs because of the faulting module, icagfxstack.dll. [CVADHELP-14579]

  • When you lock a seamless session, the logon window might cover the entire screen, regardless of the size of the session window. As a result, you cannot access the endpoint’s desktop and other applications. [CVADHELP-14589]

  • Some third-party 32-bit scanning applications might not work on a VDA when they are redirected to the VDA using Generic USB redirection. The issue occurs when the scanning applications on the VDA use TWAIN DSM. The issue can also occur on a Remote PC Access VDA. [CVADHELP-14698]

  • This fix addresses a security vulnerability in an underlying component. For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX285059. [CVADHELP-14755]

  • With the Allow the audio sandbox to run policy enabled, audio might not work in Google Chrome you open through Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops. [CVADHELP-14784]

  • Optimization for Microsoft Teams might fail to work in Microsoft Teams. The issue occurs when Citrix HDX is not connected. [CVADHELP-14967]

  • This fix provides a timer to send a small datagram over a UDP connection to keep the connection alive between the host and the client.

    To enable the fix, create the registry setting as follows:

    • For 32-bit systems

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\Audio

      Name: KeepAliveTimer

      Type: DWORD

      Value: Indicates the wait time interval (in seconds) between keep-alive messages. If left empty or set to 0, no keep-alive packets are sent and the keep-alive feature does not work. The recommended value is 15.

    • For 64-bit systems

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Citrix\Audio

      Name: KeepAliveTimer

      Type: DWORD

      Value: Indicates the wait time interval (in seconds) between keep-alive messages. If left empty or set to 0, no keep-alive packets are sent and the keep-alive feature does not work. The recommended value is 15.

      [CVADHELP-15122]

  • With the CtxUvi Hooking driver disabled, event logs might not be generated. The issue occurs when available system resources are low. [CVADHELP-15241]

  • When you attempt to reconnect to a new virtual machine, the following Microsoft .NET Framework error message might appear:

    Error Unhandled exception has occurred in your application

    [CVADHELP-15267]

  • The newest virtual channels might not be added to the internal hardcoded whitelist. When you enable whitelisting, this new virtual channel stops working unless they themselves are added to the user configured whitelist. [CVADHELP-15296]

  • When you attempt to switch to a window using the taskbar preview, opening that window might take a long time. [CVADHELP-15422]

  • This fix provides support to a new feature that lets you configure multiple forest deployments without enabling NTLM authentication on VDAs. However, the previous feature for enabling NTLM authentication is reserved for other deployments without trusts. A registry entry named SupportMultipleForestDdcLookup is added to avoid unwanted enabling of NTLM authentication on VDAs. (NTLM is less secure than Kerberos.) You can use SupportMultipleForestDdcLookup instead of the SupportMultipleForest entry. You can continue to use SupportMultipleForest for backward compatibility. The SupportMultipleForestDdcLookup registry key determines how VDAs perform delivery controller lookups. For more information, see Deploy in a multiple Active Directory forest environment. [CVADHELP-15467]

  • When a VDA attempts to register with a Delivery Controller, the broker agent performs an initial DNS lookup in the local domain. This lookup ensures that the Delivery Controller is reachable. When the DNS lookup fails, the broker agent falls back to performing top-down queries in Active Directory, repeatedly performing searches in all domains. If the address of the Delivery Controller is invalid (for example, the administrator typed the FQDN incorrectly when installing the VDA), the query operations can cause DDoS-like results on the domain controller. [CVADHELP-15484]

  • With this fix, the WTS Hook is enabled by default when you set the flag to 0x80000000. [CVADHELP-15929]

Smart Cards

  • With this fix, you can track the number of times a smart card has been inserted or removed from a reader using the SCardGetStatusChange function. [CVADHELP-15463]

System Exceptions

  • The Service Host (svchost.exe) process that hosts the Windows audio service might exit unexpectedly within a user session. The issue occurs because of a memory leak. [CVADHELP-13687]

  • The Service Host (svchost.exe) process or the wfshell.exe process might experience an access violation and exit unexpectedly. The issue occurs because of the faulting module, icaendpoint.dll. [CVADHELP-14276]

  • VDAs might experience a fatal exception on picadm.sys and display a blue screen with bug check code 0x22. [CVADHELP-14332]

  • The wfshell.exe process might exit unexpectedly. [CVADHELP-14414]

  • On a device that has more than nine monitors, attempts to launch a user session might fail with a fatal exception, displaying a blue screen with bug check code 0x3B. [CVADHELP-14775]

  • The Citrix Audio Redirection Service (CtxAudioSvc) might exit unexpectedly with an Event ID 1000 and an exception code 0x0c0000005. The issue occurs because of the faulting module, CtxVorbisDmo64.dll. [CVADHELP-14898]

  • The PicaShell.exe process might exit unexpectedly when there is heap corruption in the clipboard virtual channel DLL. [CVADHELP-14945]

  • The Internet Explorer browser add-on (Citrix HDXJsInjector) required for Browser Content Redirection might cause a webpage error when you use the developer tools. The InjectorScript.js intermittently experiences a runtime exception when accessing the HTML document.head. This error message appears:

    Error: Unable to get property ‘appendChild’ of undefined or null reference

    [CVADHELP-14960]

  • VDAs might experience a fatal exception on tdica.sys and display a blue screen with bug check code 0x1000007e. The issue occurs when you launch a session through Citrix Workspace app for HTML5. [CVADHELP-15220]

  • When you attempt to reconnect to a multiport-enabled TCP session launched from Citrix Workspace app for Linux, the VDA might exit unexpectedly. [CVADHELP-15674]

Virtual Desktop Components – Other

  • When you launch an App-V application using a shortcut that is located outside of the application package, the appve argument might be added to the command line. This appve argument is unnecessary. [CVADHELP-14369]

  • Attempts to launch an App-V application using a shortcut located within the AppData folder might fail. [CVADHELP-14691]

  • This fix addresses a security vulnerability in an underlying component. For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX285059. [CVADHELP-14989]

  • If you create App-V applications by using the single admin management method in Citrix Studio, application enumeration might become slow. The issue occurs when duplicate applications are present in the App-V packages. [CVADHELP-15427]

  • This fix addresses a security vulnerability in an underlying component. For more information, see Knowledge Center article CTX285059. [CVADHELP-15612]