About this release

What’s new

What’s new in 2109

Support for virtual desktops in multiple-monitor setups

You can now use your virtual desktop in full-screen mode across a subset of available monitors. Previously when you selected multi-monitor mode from the toolbar, the virtual desktop spanned across all available monitors. You can now drag your virtual desktop to span two monitors (out of more than two) and then select multi-monitor mode. A typical use case for this scenario is where you chose to run a video conferencing app on your native device monitor and want to view your virtual desktop contents in full-screen across your other two monitors during the call.

Note:

To use this feature, ensure that within General settings, “Use all the monitors to span display” under Multi-monitor settings is selected.

Battery status indicator

The battery status of the device now appears in the notification area within the virtual desktop session. Previously, the battery status indicator wasn’t visible in the session, which sometimes led to a loss of productivity when the laptop shuts down after the battery runs out.

This feature is supported only on VDA versions 7.18 and later.

Note:

With Microsoft Windows 10 VDA, the battery status indicator might take about 1 or 2 minutes to appear.

Support for copying image clips

Using the standard keyboard shortcuts, you can now copy and paste image clips between your local device and your virtual desktop and app sessions. You can use the standard keyboard shortcuts for copying and pasting while using apps such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Paint, and Adobe Photoshop. Previously, this functionality was available only for text.

Note:

  • Due to network bandwidth constraints, sessions might become unresponsive when you try to copy and paste an image clip larger than 2 MB.
  • You can select and press Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V to copy and paste. The right-click functionality to copy or paste is also supported.
  • We’ve tested this feature with BMP, PNG, JPEG, and GIF formats.

Auto-launch of ICA sessions

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS now supports auto-launch of ICA (Independent computing architecture) sessions on Google managed devices or users. With this feature, you can access resources remotely from Citrix Workspace for web. The downloaded ICA file starts automatically, with the Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS, if it has been installed on the device. Previously, you were able to only download ICA files and open the files manually in order to start resources. Also, the ICA file wasn’t deleted when opened and remained on the device. With this release, the ICA file is automatically deleted from the device - once it is used to auto-launch the session.

For more information, see Auto-launch of ICA sessions.

Note (HTTPS):

If you are on HTTP-based stores, for a secure context, we recommend that you transition to HTTPS-based stores. For more information, see HTTPS.

What’s new in 2108.2

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

What’s new in 2108

External webcam support

You can now use external webcams within Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS virtual desktop and app sessions. The Workspace app detects newly connected external webcams and makes them available for use dynamically.

Support for Microsoft Windows logo key and shortcut keys

Note:

In Chromebooks, use the Search key to map the Microsoft Windows logo key.

We’re now supporting the Microsoft Windows logo key and shortcut keys on your Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS sessions.

This release adds support for the following key combinations:

  • Windows + R
  • Windows + D
  • Windows + E
  • Windows + M
  • Windows + S
  • Windows + CTRL + S
  • Windows + T
  • Windows + U
  • Windows + Number
  • Windows + X
  • Windows + K

Note (Microsoft Teams optimization):

Microsoft Teams optimization for audio calls, video calls, and screen sharing is generally available from release 2105.5 onwards. We recommend that you update to the latest version of Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS. By default, screen sharing is disabled but can be enabled. For more information, see Microsoft Teams optimization settings.

Note (Enhanced graphics):

You might see graphics artifacts in sessions launched with Citrix Workspace app 2108.2 for Chrome OS in rare scenarios. The issue occurs in potentially unsupported Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktop versions or the use of the Legacy Graphics mode policy (when not applicable). If you see any graphics artifacts, you can disable the support for Enhanced graphics. For more information, see Enhanced graphics.

Recommendation:

If you are using Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops versions that are no longer supported, you might see black screens or graphics artifacts. For more information on supported versions, see Product Matrix. We recommend setting the Legacy Graphics Mode to Disabled.

What’s new in 2106.2

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

What’s new in 2105.5

Enhanced graphics

This enhancement provides higher frame rates, resulting in smoother interactive graphics and video playback.

Microsoft Teams support

You can now use the following features of Microsoft Teams for virtual desktop and virtual app sessions:

  • Optimized audio calls

  • Optimized video calls

  • Optimized screen sharing

It is supported only on VDA versions 1906 and later.

Note:

  • Screen sharing currently allows sharing of the entire screen, including areas outside of Citrix Workspace app. To avoid unintended data exposure, this feature is disabled by default but can be enabled through the Google admin policy. For more information, see Microsoft Teams optimization settings.
  • To troubleshoot, and to change Microsoft Teams to optimized from unoptimized within your client session, see Troubleshooting for Microsoft Teams optimization.
  • During screen sharing using Microsoft Teams optimization, the red border around the shared window does not appear.
  • Video calls are supported only on the primary monitor. If you try to move your Microsoft Teams call to a different monitor in your virtual desktop session, only audio calls are supported. You might not be able to see participant videos nor your own.
  • Screen sharing works only in the primary monitor in a multiple monitor setup.
  • App sharing is currently not supported.

What’s new in 2105.1

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

What’s new in 2103

Google Cloud Print support

Google no longer supports its Google Cloud Print feature. As a result, the Google Cloud Printing with Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS isn’t available.

What’s new in 2101.6

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

What’s new in 2101.5

Improved webcam performance

This release improves the overall performance and stability of the webcam with 32-bit applications. It also introduces support for webcam redirection for 64-bit applications. Support for webcam redirection with both 32-bit and 64-bit apps is currently limited to built-in webcams.

For more information, see Webcam redirection for 64-bit.

Note:

When an application overlaps with the application window of the video conferencing call for a participant, all participants on the call might see a static video image for that participant.

Improved audio performance

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS now allows you to experience smooth audio quality on your calls when using a webcam. You’ll no longer see much lag between audio and video. Also, earlier, when you set the PCM Audio through the VDA, you were unable to hear the audio. This release addresses those issues and improves the overall audio performance and stability.

Audio recommendations: For best performance, use a USB headset within a session to speak and to listen.

What’s new in 2010

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

What’s new in 2009.5

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

What’s new in 2009

Session performance improvements in multi-monitor scenarios

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS improves the overall performance and stability of sessions in multi-monitor scenarios. In earlier versions, when a session was running on multiple monitors, you experienced sluggish performance.

Improved audio performance

Earlier, you might hear a crackling sound when listening to audio. Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS now enriches the user experience by providing smooth audio output.

What’s new in 2007

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

What’s new in 2006

Language support

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS is now available in the Italian language.

Support for setting multi-touch as the default mode

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS now allows you to set Multi-touch as the default mode through the Google Admin Console. Multi-touch mode controls whether to enable multi-touch gestures. You can toggle between Panning mode and Multi-touch mode. In earlier versions, panning mode was set as the default mode.

When you launch a session in a touch-enabled device, the gestures by default are handled in panning mode. You can switch to multi-touch mode using the toolbar. This feature provides a better user experience. For more information, see Multi-touch mode.

Touch support

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS now enhances touch support by allowing you to run sessions on touch-enabled Chrome devices in tablet mode. This feature includes support for gestures, multi-touch, and soft keyboard functionality.

The Open keyboard icon now appears on the session toolbar when a Chrome device is in tablet mode. When you use this feature or perform a three-finger tap, the soft keyboard appears. For more information, see Support for Touch.

What’s new in 2004

Language support

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS is now available in the Brazilian Portuguese language.

What’s new in 2002

Support for Asset ID

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS now uses an Asset ID. The administrators set the Asset ID through the Google Admin Console as a client name for sessions launched from enrolled Chromebooks.

By default, Citrix Workspace app continues to generate a unique client ID for enrolled Chromebooks, which is similar to earlier versions. To use this feature, you must set a policy for Citrix Workspace app. For more information, see Asset ID.

What’s new in 1912

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

What’s new in 1911

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

What’s new in 1909

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

What’s new in 1908

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

What’s new in 1907

High DPI scaling

The High DPI Scaling feature is now disabled by default for app and desktop sessions. For better resolution on high DPI enabled devices, go to Settings and select the High DPI Scaling check box. For more information, see DPI scaling.

What’s new in 1906

Support for high DPI client scaling for app sessions

Starting in this release, Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS allows the operating system to control the resolution of an app session. Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS supports high DPI client scaling for app sessions on a single monitor. Earlier versions of Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS allowed the operating system to control the resolution of desktop sessions only. For more information, see DPI scaling.

What’s new in 1905

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

What’s new in 1904

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

What’s new in 1903

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

What’s new in 1902

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

What’s new in 1901

Support for managed Chromebook devices to stay awake

With this release, Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS keeps managed Chromebook devices awake even when the users are not active. Earlier, when users were not active, by default, the operating system was dimming the screen and eventually suspending the system. For more information, see Awake setting.

What’s new in 1811.3

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

What’s new in 1811.2

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

What’s new in 1811

Support for DPI scaling

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS now allows the operating system to control the resolution of a desktop session.

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS supports DPI scaling by allowing you to set the VDA resolution on the monitors that have a high pixel ratio. When you set the resolution correctly on the VDA, blurry text becomes crisper. For more information about DPI scaling, see DPI scaling.

Support for assistive cursor

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS now supports an assistive cursor to be displayed in a desktop session when the cursor is not visible within the session. For more information about the assistive cursor, see Assistive cursor.

What’s new in 1809.1

Enhanced support for multi-monitor display in kiosk mode for desktop sessions

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS provides enhanced support for multi-monitor display in kiosk mode for desktop sessions. The applications inside a desktop session can now be maximized to either of the two monitors instead of spanning across both monitors. For more information about enhanced multi-monitor display in kiosk mode, see To use enhanced multi-monitor display in kiosk mode.

Improved network throughput for graphics over high latency connections

The default number of ICA output buffers that are used to send and receive data has been raised. This change provides improved network throughput performance even on high latency connections.

What’s new in 1809

USB device redirection support for UC-Logic Tablet WP5540U

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome now supports USB redirection for the UC-Logic Tablet WP5540U into a session.

What’s new in 1808

Support for proxy connections

Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS supports opening documents from Google drive using published applications through the unauthenticated proxy servers. To enable this, configure the proxy setting in internet options.

Fixed issues

Fixed issues in 2109

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

Fixed issues in 2108.2

HDX SDK for Chrome OS embedded mode sessions might not launch. [RFHTMCRM-5738]

Fixed issues in 2108

  • Sessions do not support multi-monitor mode if you set the display resolution to any mode other than DPR (Device Pixel Ratio) and auto-fit. [RFHTMCRM-5116]
  • Attempts to launch Microsoft Teams optimized sessions on a Chromebook with 32-bit operating system might fail. [RFHTMCRM-5206]
  • Applications launched inside the virtual desktop on a Chromebook might display visual artifacts. [CVADHELP-17805]
  • You might see rectangular blocks across the screen while using certain apps like Microsoft Excel. The issue might occur in sessions running on earlier VDA versions. [RFHTMCRM-5420]
  • You might not be able to take screenshots during a published application session on a Chromebook. [RFHTMCRM-5370]
  • When launching a seamless application in multi-monitor sessions, black patches might appear on the loading spinner. [RFHTMCRM-5425]
  • When you clear the Use all the monitors to span display check box under Multi-monitor settings, the app might not be interactive. [RFHTMCRM-5519]

Fixed issues in 2106.2

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

Fixed issues in 2105.5

  • Participant videos might not appear properly, and you might see static video images of the participants during your Microsoft Teams optimized call. With this release, participant videos appear properly, and you see static video images less often. [RFHTMCRM-5063]
  • When audio or camera names contain special characters such as trademark or copyright symbols, you might not be able to start or receive the Microsoft Teams optimized calls. [RFHTMCRM-5067]
  • You cannot select and use your built-in webcam while an external webcam is connected during Microsoft Teams optimized calls. [RFHTMCRM-5111]
  • When you enable multifactor authentication for cloud stores, you might not be able to log in even after entering your credentials. [CVADHELP-15312]
  • When using a published app that is able to print using the Print Screen key in a client session, pages print twice. [RFHTMCRM-5085,CVADHELP-17119]

Fixed issues in 2105.1

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

Fixed issues in 2103

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

Fixed issues in 2101.6

  • When you play an audio or a video file through the Windows Media Player (WMP) within a session, the session might exit unexpectedly. [RFHTMCRM-4800]

Fixed issues in 2101.5

  • When there is video playback in parallel with the video conferencing call, the webcam video might become unresponsive. As a workaround, turn the webcam off and back on within the conferencing app. [RFHTMCRM-4631]
  • Certain Excel keyboard shortcuts such as CTRL+SHIFT+L, CTRL+SHIFT+3, and ALT + ‘=’ might fail to work in sessions running on a Chromebook. For more information, see Excel shortcuts. [RFHTMCRM-4571]
  • In scenarios where a published application is already running, when you launch another application through session sharing, a connection dialog box appears with a spinning circle. [RFHTMCRM-4580]
  • With session sharing enabled, when you attempt to launch a session through the HDX SDK for HTML5, the session might not receive any messages. The issue occurs with seamless sessions. [RFHTMCRM-4581]

Fixed issues in 2010

  • When Citrix Workspace app is running on a Chromebook device, the Chromebook might exhibit a poor bandwidth. [RFHTMCRM-3821]

Fixed issues in 2009.5

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

Fixed issues in 2009

  • Audio playback might unexpectedly stop working in a session. To work around the issue, reconnect the session. [CVADHELP-15186]

  • Attempts to launch applications might fail. The issue occurs when you connect to a cloud store enabled with Citrix Gateway service by using Citrix Workspace app for HTML5. [RFHTMCRM-3530]

Fixed issues in 2007

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

Fixed issues in 2006

  • The soft keyboard might appear at every tap even in the non-editable area. The issue occurs when a Chromebook is in tablet mode.

    With this fix, the SoftKeyboard API detects whether a Chromebook is in tablet mode and prevents the soft keyboard from appearing in the non-editable area. [RFHTMCRM-3402]

  • When you establish an audio call in a session launched from Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS, the audio might stop working unless you relaunch the session. [RFHTMCRM-3413]

  • If you attempt to copy and paste content that contains more than 10,000 words, a session might become unresponsive. [RFHTMCRM-3450]

Fixed issues in 2004

  • On touch-enabled Chromebooks, basic touch functionalities (such as double tap, press and hold, and scroll) might fail to work. [RFHTMCRM-3275]

Fixed issues in 2002

  • When you set the session state policy to full screen mode and attempt to launch a session, the session or the app might fail to launch. This error message might appear in the console.log:

    Cannot read property ‘window’ of undefined [RFHTMCRM-3097]

Fixed issues in 1912

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

Fixed issues in 1911

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

Fixed issues in 1909

  • The HDX SDK for Chrome OS might not launch sessions when Citrix Workspace app isn’t running in the background. [RFHTMCRM-3001]

Fixed issues in 1908

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

Fixed issues in 1907

  • Attempts to open files from a Google Drive using Citrix Workspace app might fail. [RFHTMCRM-2857]

Fixed issues in 1906

  • Single sign-on might not work with Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS. The issue occurs in Chrome OS version 72 and later. [RFHTMCRM-2791]

  • When you connect to a Chromebook device that has two external monitors, the session can extend to two monitors. The third monitor might appear as a blank window. [RFHTMCRM-2815]

Fixed issues in 1905

  • With this fix, you can enable the FPS meter to debug graphical issues through the Google Admin Policy. [RFHTMCRM-2772]

  • When a session that is running on a Chromebook device is active for 53 minutes or more, you might not be able to lock the session. You can see a locking screen that eventually becomes unresponsive. [LD1060]

Fixed issues in 1904

  • When you open a session that is a fixed size through the Chrome OS HDX SDK and then change the resolution by setting autoresize: true to auto fit to the window, the session might not resize. [RFHTMCRM-2571]

  • With this fix, Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS supports localization in the Dutch language. [RFHTMCRM-2663]

  • When you open a desktop session or an app using Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS on a touch-enabled Chromebook and change the resolution to a fixed value that is larger than the window size, the session might not pan. [RFHTMCRM-2712]

  • After you upgrade to Chrome OS 72, smart card redirection might stop working. This fix updates corresponding libraries to redirect the smart card successfully.

Fixed issues in 1903

  • When a store URL that auto reconnects to applications or desktops is used within the Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS, a blank window opens as a new tab in the Chrome browser. The issue occurs in Chrome OS Version 72 and later. [RFHTMCRM-2698]

Fixed issues in 1902

  • When you start a session in multi-monitor mode, the keyboard input might not work within the secondary monitor. [RFHTMCRM-2631]

Fixed issues in 1901

  • When the HDX SDK for Chrome OS and the Virtual Channel SDK for Chrome files are included in the same HTML file, the APIs of one SDK might override the other, depending on the order added. [RFHTMCRM-2581]

  • The DPI scaling feature might not work for managed Chromebook devices. [RFHTMCRM-2594]

Fixed issues in 1811.3

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

Fixed issues in 1811.2

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

Fixed issues in 1811

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

Fixed issues in 1809.1

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

Fixed issues in 1809

  • The touch screen might behave inconsistently in a user session. For each tap performed, double clicks are reported. [LC9703]

Fixed issues in 1808

Version 18.8.1.4043

  • The LongCommandLine path to the VDA might be formed incorrectly if the path has LongCmdLine parameters. [RFHTMCRM-2413]

Known issues

Known issues in 2109

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2108.2

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2108

  • The keyboard shortcut Ctrl+ Alt + Shift +1 might not work in optimized Microsoft Teams within a virtual desktop. As a workaround, open the On-Screen Keyboard and use the shortcut. [RFHTMCRM-5441]
  • In a multi-monitor Microsoft Teams optimized session with 3 monitors, whitespace with scroll bars might appear in the session window. [RFHTMCRM-5538]
  • Webcam redirection isn’t supported in sessions launched from the Chrome HDX SDK in embedded mode. [RFHTMCRM-5856]
  • HDX SDK for Chrome OS embedded mode sessions might not launch. As a workaround, install version 21.8.1.1 of Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS from Webstore. After installing, change the Receiver ID to anjihnbmjbbpofafpmklejenkgnjfcdi while launching the session. [RFHTMCRM-5738]
  • When you use Microsoft Windows logo key shortcuts, the Microsoft Windows logo key might become stuck within the Citrix Workspace app for HTML5 session intermittently. As a workaround, press the Microsoft Windows logo key again. [RFHTMCRM-5905]

The reference API is citrix.receiver.createSession(citrixReceiverId, <options>, <responseCallback>);

For more information, see HDX SDK.

Known issues in 2106.2

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2105.5

  • When you change your audio devices in audio settings during a Microsoft Teams optimized audio or video call, audio might not work. [RFHTMCRM-5121]
  • Attempts to launch optimized Microsoft Teams on a 32-bit Chromebook might not be successful. [RFHTMCRM-5206]
  • If you enable high DPI scaling, videos might not appear properly in optimized Microsoft Teams video calls. [RFHTMCRM-5271]
  • You might not be able to resume audio on your Microsoft Teams call after putting audio on hold. [RFHTMCRM-4854, HDX-29787]
  • The webcam indicator light might not turn off when you leave a Microsoft Teams call. You might experience the issue after you shift between the tabs in Microsoft Teams settings and then call. As a workaround, select Quit by right-clicking the Microsoft Teams icon on your virtual menu bar and restart Microsoft Teams to join the call again. [RFHTMCRM-4810]
  • The keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Alt+Shift+1 might not work in optimized Microsoft Teams within a virtual desktop. As a workaround, open the On-Screen Keyboard and use the shortcut. [RFHTMCRM-5441]

Known issues in 2105.1

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2103

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2101.5

  • A webcam video might not appear during an application launch. This error message appears: No webcam device available.

    As a workaround, log off from the session and log back on.

  • When you move the window of a video conferencing app during a call, the session might display artifacts that hide screen content and other portions of the display.

Known issues in 2010

  • When you launch a session through Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS, the session display might freeze. This issue occurs when one of the following conditions is true or both of them are true.

    • The Optimize for 3D graphics workload policy is set to Enabled
    • The Use video codec policy is set to For the entire screen

    As a workaround, reset both policies to their default settings. [CVADHELP-16071]

Known issues in 2009.5

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2009

  • In multi-monitor mode, screen corruption might be observed intermittently. The issue occurs when you drag applications. The issue occurs with XenDesktop 7.6 VDAs running Windows 2012 R2. [RFHTMCRM-3550]

  • When you launch a seamless session in multi-monitor mode, your screen might fail to refresh. The issue occurs if you drag an application in the Chrome OS shelf and then drag it back to the original position. [RFHTMCRM-3579]

  • With legacy graphics mode enabled (such as XenApp 6.5) in multi-monitor mode, texts might be corrupted. [RFHTMCRM-3586]

  • With Unified Desktop Mode enabled on a Chromebook, mouse clicks might fail to work. For more information, see Google bug ID 1052245.

Known issues in 2007

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 2006

  • The automatic keyboard display feature might not work in the editable area when a Chrome device is in tablet mode. This issue occurs in Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 1912 and later. As a workaround, navigate to Toolbar > Open keyboard or perform a three-finger tap to display the soft keyboard automatically. [RFHTMCRM-3487]

Known issues in 2004

  • If you install Citrix Workspace app on a Chromebook, default file type associations for some files (such as .txt or .pdf) can change. As a result, some files fail to launch from the Downloads folder with the correct app.

    As a workaround, change the default app from the Open drop-down menu after selecting the file.

    Note:

    Google has closed this bug as an expected behavior. As the list of file handlers in the manifest.js file consists of files such as .txt and .pdf, the file type associations change to Citrix Workspace app.

    For more information, see Google bug ID #1053885.

  • Attempts to open a file from Google drive using Citrix Workspace app might fail. A prompt to enter the Google email address and password does not appear. Instead, the following error message appears:

    This app isn’t verified.

    This app hasn’t been verified by Google yet. Only proceed if you know and trust the developer.

    [RFHTMCRM-3326]

  • Attempts to play an audio file using Google Chrome browser v 79 in a session launched from Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS might fail.

    For more information, see Google bug ID 1007255.

    [RFHTMCRM-3327]

Known issues in 2002

  • Google Cloud Print might not work with Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS. On Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS, if you navigate to Settings > Printer and then attempt to open Google Cloud Print by entering credentials on the logon page, this error message appears:

    Sign in with Google temporarily disabled for this app

    This app has not been verified yet by Google in order to use Google Sign In.

    As a workaround, use the Citrix PDF Printer option to print a file. This is a third-party issue. For more information, see Google bug ID #1034865. [RFHTMCRM-3127]

  • With seamless mode enabled, if you launch an application in tablet mode and switch between landscape and portrait orientations, the session might adjust its screen resolution incorrectly. [RFHTMCRM-3143]

Known issues in 1912

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1911

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1909

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1908

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1907

  • When you attempt to redirect the Microsoft LifeCam USB device in a session, the redirection might fail. [RFHTMCRM-2856]

Known issues in 1906

  • The window’s border or shelf might appear in full-screen mode for Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS public sessions. [RFHTMCRM-2792]

  • In a multi-monitor environment, when you attempt to add or remove an external monitor, the session might become unstable. [RFHTMCRM-2853]

Known issues in 1905

  • Single sign-on might not work with Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS. The issue occurs in Chrome OS version 72 and later. [RFHTMCRM-2791]

Known issues in 1904

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1903

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1902

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1901

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1811.3

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1811.2

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1811

  • After you redirect the USB device UC-Logic Tablet WP5540U and enable the assistive cursor in a multi-monitor environment, the assistive cursor movement might not align with the stylus action. [RFHTMCRM-2472]

Known issues in 1809.1

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1809

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1808

Version 18.8.1.4043

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Version 1808

  • When you start applications and desktops from multiple VDAs and set one VDA with applications and desktops in focus, the applications and desktops from the other VDAs that are not in focus might become black. As a workaround, minimize all the applications and then start the required applications from the taskbar. [RFHTMCRM-2408]
About this release