Citrix Workspace app 2402 for Mac - Preview

What’s new

Improved loading experience of virtual apps and desktops for on-premises deployments

Citrix Workspace app for Mac has improved the first-time user experience for on-premises deployments. After successful authentication, the enumeration of virtual apps and desktops is faster than before.

Support for H.265 video encoding

Starting with the 2402 version, Citrix Workspace app for Mac supports the use of the H.265 video codec (HEVC) for hardware acceleration of remote graphics and videos. The h.265 video codec (HEVC) supports YUV 4:2:0 color space by default. H.265 video codec must be supported and enabled on both the VDA and Citrix Workspace app. If your Mac device doesn’t support H.265 decoding using the VideoToolbox interface, then the H.265 decoding for graphics policy setting is ignored and the session falls back to the H.264 video codec.

Prerequisites

  • VDA 7.16 or later using the following GPUs:
    • NVIDIA Maxwell generation GPU or later
    • Intel 6th generation GPU or later
    • AMD Raven generation GPU or later
  • Enable the Optimize for 3D graphics workload policy on the VDA.
  • Enable the Use hardware encoding for video codec policy on the VDA.

On Citrix Workspace app for Mac, this feature is set to be enabled by default.

To disable this feature through Mobile Device Management (MDM), administrators must use the following settings:

<key>EnableXdecoderForH265</key><false/>

Restart the session for the changes to take effect.

Note:

Run the HDX Monitor 3.x tool to identify if the H.265 video encoder is enabled within the session. For more information about the HDX Monitor 3.x tool, see the Knowledge Center article CTX135817.

Support for system shortcuts on HDX desktop sessions

Previously, the system keyboard shortcuts such as Option-Command-ESC, Command-Space bar, Command-Tab, Control-Command-Q, Shift-Command-Q, Control Up/Down/Left/Right took effect only on macOS locally since they were consumed by macOS at first.

Starting with the 2402 version, Citrix Workspace app for Mac supports passing the macOS system keyboard shortcuts to the VDA (HDX session) in window mode and full-screen mode. This feature allows you to set preferences on how the system shortcut must take effect on macOS locally or the HDX desktop session in window or full-screen mode.

The following options in the keyboard settings allow you to control the system shortcuts:

  • Local device: The system shortcuts can take effect only on macOS locally. It does not affect the HDX session. The Local device option is the default option.

  • Fullscreen HDX session only: The system shortcuts take effect on HDX sessions when the session is in full-screen mode. If the session is in window mode or there are no active sessions, then the system shortcuts have no effect on HDX sessions.

  • Active HDX session: The system shortcuts take effect on HDX sessions when the session is in window mode and full-screen mode. If there is no active HDX session or the active session window on the front, then the system shortcuts can take effect only on the macOS locally.

To enable the system shortcuts to take effect on the HDX session, open the HDX session. In the Citrix Viewer menu bar, navigate to Devices > Keyboard > System shortcuts take effect on and select Fullscreen HDX session only or Active HDX session.

Note:

When enabling system shortcuts for HDX sessions, you are prompted to provide accessibility access to Citrix Viewer to use this feature. To provide accessibility access to Citrix Viewer, click Open System Settings in the dialog box and enable accessibility access to Citrix Viewer. For more information, see Allow accessibility apps to access your Mac in the Apple support article.

System shortcut

Alternatively, you can enable the system shortcuts to take effect on HDX sessions in full-screen or window mode by navigating to Preferences > Keyboard. Select Fullscreen HDX session only or Active HDX session options from the System shortcuts take effect on drop-down menu.

Keyboard local

Support for background blur for webcam

Starting with the 2402 version, Citrix Workspace app for Mac supports background blur when using a webcam. You can enable the background blurring feature by navigating to Preferences > Mic & Webcam and select Turn on blur when using webcam.

Webcam blur

Support for Audio volume synchronization

Previously, audio volume control is independent between the Virtual Delivery Agent (VDA) and your device. You’ve to adjust the volume on both sides to maintain the desired volume. Also, if you’ve muted the volume in your device, then it restricts to unmute the volume in the VDA.

Starting with the 2402 version, Citrix Workspace app for Mac supports synchronization of audio volume between the VDA and your audio devices. You can now tune the volume using the VDA audio volume slider and have the same volume on your device and the other way around. By default, this feature is enabled.

To enable this feature, you need to use VDA version 2308 or later. For more information, see Audio volume synchronization in the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops documentation.

To disable this feature through Mobile Device Management (MDM), administrators must use the following settings:

<key>EnableVolumeSync</key><false/>

Restart the session for the changes to take effect.

Loss tolerant mode for audio

Starting with the 2402 version, Citrix Workspace app supports loss tolerant mode (EDT lossy) for audio redirection. This feature improves the user experience for real-time streaming when users are connecting through networks with high latency and packet loss. By default, this feature is enabled.

To enable this feature, you need to use VDA version 2311 or later. For more information, see Support for audio over loss-tolerant mode (Preview) in the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops documentation.

To disable this feature through Mobile Device Management (MDM), administrators must use the following settings:

<key>EdtUnreliableAllowed</key><false/>

Restart the session for the changes to take effect.

Upgraded HDX Reducer to Version 4

Previously, Citrix Workspace app for Mac supported HDX Reducer V3. Starting with the 2402 version, Citrix Workspace app for Mac supports HDX Reducer V4. This feature reduces the network bandwidth required for a typical session and improves response time.

Support for screen sharing when App Protection is enabled

Starting with the 2402 version, you can share content through Microsoft Teams with HDX optimization, even when App Protection is enabled. With this feature, you can share a screen in the virtual desktop session to its full potential. For more information, see Compatibility with HDX optimization for Microsoft Teams.

Client App Management for Secure Access Agent (Technical Preview)

Citrix Workspace app for Mac now supports Client App Management capability that makes the Citrix Workspace app a single client app required on the end point to manage the Secure Access Agent.

With this feature, you can single sign-on to Citrix Secure Access automatically once your login to Citrix Workspace app.

Note:

You need to use Citrix Secure Private Access version 24.0.2.1 or later to enable this feature.

This feature is a request‑only preview. To get it enabled in your environment, fill out the Podio form.

You can provide feedback for this feature using the Podio form.

Limitation

This feature is not supported on macOS Monterey.

Client App Management for Zoom VDI plug‑in (Technical Preview)

Starting with the 2402 version, you can now manage the Zoom VDI plug-in using the Client App Management capability. With this feature, you can download, install, and auto‑update the Zoom VDI plug-in from Citrix Workspace app.

This feature is a request‑only preview. To get it enabled in your environment, fill out the Podio form.

You can provide feedback for this feature using the Podio form.

Enhanced Desktop Viewer toolbar (Technical Preview)

Starting with the 2402 version, the virtual desktop viewer toolbar is enhanced to be more intuitive, modern, and user-friendly.

Desktop Viewer toolbar

The new toolbar provides the following options:

  • Show or hide toolbar - Click this button to show or hide the Desktop Viewer toolbar. A notch appears when the toolbar is hidden.
  • Shortcuts - Click this button to access the shortcuts.
  • Devices - Click this button to access the options in the Devices section.
  • Preferences - Click this button to access the options in the Preferences section.
  • Minimize - Click this button to minimize the virtual session. This option is hidden in the full-screen mode.
  • Fullscreen - Click this button to access the virtual session in full screen.
  • Restore – Click this button to restore the virtual session from the full-screen mode.
  • Disconnect - Click this button to sign out or to disconnect from a virtual session.

You can drag the toolbar across all screens in the virtual session. When you drag the toolbar, it can rotate automatically based on its placement on the screen. Once you release the drag, it gets positioned to the nearest edge of the screen.

Customize the Desktop Viewer toolbar

Previously, you can completely disable the Desktop Viewer toolbar. However, you cann’t enable or disable a few options on the toolbar. With this release, you can customize the Citrix Workspace app toolbar by adding and removing options on the toolbar. For more information, see Hide or show the desktop tool bar in the virtual desktop session.

You can configure the toolbar through the Mobile Device Management (MDM) settings. The following settings can hide the Device, Preferences, Minimize, and Full screen button:


  <key>HiddenToolbarButtons</key>
  <array>
    <string>device</string>
    <string>preferences</string> 
    <string>minimize</string>
    <string>fullscreen</string>
  </array>

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Note:

You cannot hide the Pin button from the toolbar.

This feature is a request‑only preview. To get it enabled in your environment, fill out the Podio form.

You can provide feedback for this feature using the Podio form.

Enable Packet Loss Concealment to improve audio performance (Technical Preview)

Starting with the 2402 version, the jitter buffer mechanism is improved, and the Packet Loss Concealment (PLC) is added for the Adaptive audio codec. PLC helps to reconstruct the lost data packets. This enhancement helps to improve the packet loss tolerance and jitter tolerance and thus improves audio performance for loss tolerant mode (EDT lossy) for audio.

To enable this feature, you also need to enable the Loss tolerant mode for the audio feature.

This feature is a request‑only preview. To get it enabled in your environment, fill out the Podio form.

You can provide feedback for this feature using the Podio form.

Support for extending the desktop session to external monitors automatically (Technical Preview)

Starting with the 2402 version, Citrix Workspace app supports the extension of desktop sessions to external monitors automatically. When you launch the desktop session on the endpoint, if the external monitors are already connected to the endpoint, then the session is extended to external monitors automatically. When you disconnect the external monitor, the session can automatically adjust to extend only to the connected monitors.

To enable this feature, go to the View menu in the Citrix Viewer menu bar and select the Use All Displays in Full Screen option.

Use all display

This feature is a request‑only preview. To get it enabled in your environment, fill out the Podio form.

You can provide feedback for this feature using the Podio form.

Sustainability initiative from Citrix Workspace app (Technical Preview)

Starting with the 2402 version, Citrix Workspace app for Mac supports the Sign out option for the virtual desktop session. This feature might help conserve energy if you sign out from virtual machines when not in use.

When the user clicks Disconnect or Sign out, or closes a virtual desktop, then the following prompt is displayed, recommending the user to use the Sign out option to save energy.

Save energy

This feature is a request‑only preview. To get it enabled in your environment, fill out the Podio form.

You can provide feedback for this feature using the Podio form.

Upgraded version of WebRTC for the optimized Microsoft Teams

Starting with the 2402 version, the version of WebRTC that is used for the optimized Microsoft Teams is upgraded to version M98.

Citrix Enterprise Browser

This release includes Citrix Enterprise Browser version 121.1.1.12, based on Chromium version 121. For more information, see the Citrix Enterprise Browser documentation.

Security indicator when visiting websites

Citrix Enterprise Browser now displays a security indicator on the address bar when users visit any websites. The indicator aims to inform users about the security aspects of the websites, such as whether it is an internal site or if there are any potential security restrictions. The indicator provides more information when you click it. The indicator appears on the Enterprise browser by default, and it enhances the user experience.

Security indicator restrictions

Security indicator internal

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

NOTE:

This feature is available for Workspace and StoreFront on both Mac and Windows operating systems.

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.

Citrix Enterprise Browser introduces additional settings in the Global App Configuration service

Additional settings have been added into the Global App Configuration service (GACS) for configuring Citrix Enterprise Browser.

  • “Enable autofill address” - Allows administrators to enable or disable the autofill suggestions for addresses.
  • “Enable autofill credit card” - Allows administrators to enable or disable the autofill suggestions for credit card information.
  • “Auto launch protocols from origins” - Allows administrators to specify a list of protocols that can launch an external app from the listed origins without prompting the user.
  • “Enable command-line flag security warnings” - Allows administrators to display or hide security warnings, which appear when potentially dangerous command-line flags try to launch the Enterprise Browser.
  • “Manage default cookies setting” - Allows administrators to manage cookies for a website.
  • “Manage default pop-ups setting” - Allows administrators to manage pop-ups from a website.
  • “Extension install sources” - Allows administrators to specify valid sources for users to install extensions, apps, and themes.
  • “Disable lookalike warning pages” - Allows administrators to specify the preferred domains where lookalike warning pages don’t display when the user visits pages on that domain.
  • “Enable payment method query” - Allows administrators to enable websites to check whether the users have saved payment methods.
  • “Manage saving browser history” - Allows administrators to manage the saving of Enterprise browser history.
  • “Manage search suggestion” - Allows administrators to enable or disable search suggestions in the Enterprise browser’s address bar.
  • “Enable export bookmark” - Allows administrators to enable an option to export the bookmarks in the Enterprise Browser.
  • “Force ephemeral profiles” - Allows administrators to clear or persist user profile data when users close the Enterprise Browser.
Enable autofill address

When you enable the autofill address setting, Autofill suggests or fills in address information.

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to enable autofill address. Setting the value to ‘true’ autofills the address, whereas ‘false’ disables it.

  "settings": [{
        "name": "auto fill address enabled",
        "value": true
    }]
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Note:

The default value is true.

Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system.
  2. Enable or disable the toggle button as per your requirement.
  3. Click Publish Drafts.
  4. Click Yes to save the changes for your end users.

Autofill address

Enable autofill credit card

When you enable the autofill credit card setting, autofill suggests or fills in credit card information.

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to enable autofill credit card. Setting the value to ‘true’ autofills the credit card details, whereas ‘false’ disables it.

  "settings": [{
       "name": "auto fill credit card enabled",
       "value": true
   }]
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Note:

The default value is true.

Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system.
  2. Enable or disable the toggle button as per your requirement.
  3. Click *Publish Drafts.
  4. Click Yes to save the changes for your end users.

Autofill credit card

Auto launch protocols from origins

This setting allows you to launch an external app without prompting the user for authentication. For this setting, add a protocol that can launch an external app and list the URLs of external apps.

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to enable this setting:

  "settings": [{
       "name": "auto launch protocols from origins",
       "value": [
         {
           "protocol": "teams",
           "allowed_origins": [
             "example.com",
             "http://www.example.com:8080"
           ]
         }
       ]
     } 
   ]
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Note:

There is no default value.

Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system under the Auto Launch Protocols From Origins section.
  2. Click Edit.
  3. On the Manage setting screen, enter the protocol name and allowed origins.
  4. Click Save draft.
  5. On the Save Settings window, click Yes to save the settings.

Auto Launch Protocols From Origins

Enable command-line flag security warnings

You can enable this setting to display security warnings when potentially dangerous command-line flags are used to launch the browser.

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to enable command-line flag security warnings. Setting the value to ‘true’ enables the setting, whereas ‘false’ disables it.

"settings": [{
       "name": "command line flag security warnings enabled",
       "value": true
  }]
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Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system.
  2. Enable or disable the toggle button as per your requirement.
  3. Click Publish Drafts.
  4. Click Yes to save the changes for your end users.

command line flag security warnings

You can enable the default cookies setting to manage how websites can store local data and cookies. Depending on your preference, you can set any of the following options:

  • Allow all sites to set local data: This is the default setting and allows any website to store cookies and other data on your device without restriction.
  • Do not allow any site to set local data: This setting blocks all websites from storing any cookies and local data on your device.
  • Keep cookies for the duration of the session: This setting allows websites to store cookies while you’re browsing, but deletes them once you close your browser.
Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to enable Default Cookies.

"settings": [{
       "name": "default cookies setting",
       "value": "Allow all sites to set local data"
  }]
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Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system.
  2. Select an option from the drop-down list.
  3. Click Publish Drafts.
  4. Click Yes to save the changes for your end users.

default cookies setting

Manage the default pop-up setting

You can enable the default pop-up setting to manage pop-ups from a website. Depending on your preference, you can set any of the following options:

  • Allow all sites to show pop-ups: This is the default setting where all websites can display pop-ups.
  • BlockPopups applies, but users can change this setting: No websites can display pop-ups. However, users can manage this setting as per their preference.
  • Do not allow any site to show pop-ups: This setting block pop-up from all websites.
Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to manage the default pop-up settings.

"settings": [{
      "name": "default popups setting",
      "value": "Allow all sites to show pop-ups"
   }]
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Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system.
  2. Select an option from the drop-down list.
  3. Click Publish Drafts.
  4. Click Yes to save the changes for your end users.

default pop-up setting

Extensions install sources

You can specify the source URLs from which users can install extensions, apps, and themes to the browser.

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to manage this setting.

"settings": [{
      "name": "extension install sources",
      "value": [
          "https://corp.mycompany.com/*"
          "https://corp1.mycompany1.com/*"
        ]
  }]
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Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system under the Extension Install Sources section.
  2. Click Edit.
  3. On the Manage setting screen, enter the list of source URLs.
  4. Click Save draft.
  5. On the Save Settings window, click Yes to save the settings.

Extensions install sources

Disable lookalike warning pages

This setting allows you to prevent the display of lookalike URL warnings. If you enable the setting and specify one or more domains, no lookalike warning pages show when a user visits pages on that domain.

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to enable this setting.

"settings": [{
      "name": "look alike warning allowlist domains",
      "value": [
          "foo.example.com",
          "example.org"
          ]
     }]
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Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system under the Lookalike Warning Allowlist Domains section.
  2. Click Edit.
  3. On the Manage setting screen, enter the list of domains.
  4. Click Save draft.
  5. On the Save Settings window, click Yes to save the settings.

look alike warning allow list domains

Enable payment method query

When you enable this setting, it allows websites to check if users have saved payment methods.

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to enable payment method query. You can set value to ‘true’ for enable and ‘false’ for disable.

"settings": [{
      "name": "payment method query enabled",
      "value": true
  }]
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Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system.
  2. Enable or disable the toggle button as per your requirement.
  3. Click Publish Drafts.
  4. Click Yes to save the changes for your end users.

payment method query enabled

Manage saving browser history

You can use this setting if you want to manage the saving of the browsing history.

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to manage the saving of browser history. Setting the value to ‘true’ doesn’t save the browsing history. The value ‘false’ saves the browsing history.

"settings": [{
      "name": "saving browser history disabled",
      "value": true
  }]
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Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system.
  2. Enable or disable the toggle button as per your requirement.
  3. Click Publish Drafts.
  4. Click Yes to save the changes for your end users.

saving browser history disabled

Manage search suggestion

You can enable this setting if you want to turn on search suggestions in the browser’s address bar.

The suggestions based on the bookmarks and browser history are unaffected by this setting.

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to enable the search suggestions. Set the value to ‘true’ to turn on the search suggestions. The value ‘false’ turns off the search suggestions.

"settings": [{
      "name": "search suggest enabled",
      "value": true
  }]
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Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system.
  2. Enable or disable the toggle button as per your requirement.
  3. Click Publish Drafts.
  4. Click Yes to save the changes for your end users.

Search suggests enabled

Enable export bookmark

When you enable this setting, users can see the option to export the browser’s bookmark.

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to manage the exporting of browser bookmarks. Set the value to ‘true’ to enable the option to export the browser’s bookmark. The value ‘false’ disables the option.

"settings": [{
      "name": "export bookmark allowed",
      "value": true
  }]
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Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system.
  2. Enable or disable the toggle button as per your requirement.
  3. Click Publish Drafts.
  4. Click Yes to save the changes for your end users.

export bookmark allowed

Force ephemeral profiles

When you enable this setting, it creates an ephemeral profile when users sign in to the Enterprise Browser. Ephemeral profile erases user profile data on disk when a user ends the browsing session. Users can still download files, save pages, or print them.

Configuration through API

To configure, here’s an example JSON file to enable or disable the creation of ephemeral profiles. Set the value to ‘true’ to enable the setting that creates an ephemeral profile. This profile erases the profile data on disk when the user closes the browser. When you set the value to ‘false’, the profile data remains on the disk even after users end the browsing session.

"settings": [{
      "name": "force ephemeral profiles",
      "value": true
  }]
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Configuration through UI
  1. Select the appropriate operating system.
  2. Enable or disable the toggle button as per your requirement.
  3. Click Publish Drafts.
  4. Click Yes to save the changes for your end users.

force ephemeral profiles

Example JSON data

The following is an example JSON file:

{
  "serviceURL": {
    "url": "https://example.cloudburrito.com:443"
  },
  "settings": {
    "name": "example name",
    "description": "example description",
    "useForAppConfig": true,
    "appSettings": {
      "macos": [
        {
          "category": "browser",
          "userOverride": false,
          "assignedTo": [
            "AllUsersNoAuthentication"
          ],
          "settings": [
            {
              "name": "open all apps in cwb",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "incognito mode availability",
              "value": "Incognito mode available"
            },
            {
              "name": "developer tools availability",
              "value": "Allow usage of the Developer Tools"
            },
            {
              "name": "enable password save",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "Delete browsing data on exit",
              "value": [
                "browsing_history",
                "download_history"
              ]
            },
            {
              "name": "Managed bookmarks",
              "value": [
                {
                  "toplevel_name": "My managed bookmarks folder"
                },
                {
                  "name": "Google",
                  "url": "google.com"
                },
                {
                  "name": "Youtube",
                  "url": "youtube.com"
                },
                {
                  "children": [
                    {
                      "name": "Chromium",
                      "url": "chromium.org"
                    },
                    {
                      "name": "Chromium Developers",
                      "url": "dev.chromium.org"
                    }
                  ],
                  "name": "Chrome links"
                }
              ]
            },
            {
              "name": "Extension Install Allow list",
              "value": [
                {
                  "name": "test1",
                  "install link": "https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/stayfocusd/laankejkbhbdhmipfmgcngdelahlfoji?utm_term=chrome%20web%20store&utm_campaign&utm_source=adwords&utm_medium=ppc&hsa_acc=2427782021&hsa_cam=17624934708&hsa_grp=142148219190&hsa_ad=607700050316&hsa_src=g&hsa_tgt=kwd-308053041493&hsa_kw=chrome%20web%20store&hsa_mt=b&hsa_net=adwords&hsa_ver=3&gclid=Cj0KCQjw852XBhC6ARIsAJsFPN2YQhvZivtPKvAX5IbRF7i4y_cEhWOSzZwxAfw1cNjNOq_qErFjYqQaAvmAEALw_wcB",
                  "id": "laankejkbhbdhmipfmgcngdelahlfoji"
                },
                {
                  "name": "test2",
                  "install link": "https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/vimium/dbepggeogbaibhgnhhndojpepiihcmeb?utm_term=chrome%20web%20store&utm_campaign&utm_source=adwords&utm_medium=ppc&hsa_acc=2427782021&hsa_cam=17624934708&hsa_grp=142148219190&hsa_ad=607700050316&hsa_src=g&hsa_tgt=kwd-308053041493&hsa_kw=chrome%20web%20store&hsa_mt=b&hsa_net=adwords&hsa_ver=3&gclid=Cj0KCQjw852XBhC6ARIsAJsFPN2YQhvZivtPKvAX5IbRF7i4y_cEhWOSzZwxAfw1cNjNOq_qErFjYqQaAvmAEALw_wcB",
                  "id": "dbepggeogbaibhgnhhndojpepiihcmeb"
                }
              ]
            },
            {
              "name": "Extension Install Force list",
              "value": [
                "ohlencieiipommannpdfcmfdpjjmeolj",
                "dipiagiiohfljcicegpgffpbnjmgjcnf"
              ]
            },
            {
              "name": "auto fill address enabled",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "auto fill credit card enabled",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "command line flag security warnings enabled",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "payment method query enabled",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "saving browser history disabled",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "search suggest enabled",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "export bookmark allowed",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "force ephemeral profiles",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "default cookies setting",
              "value": "Do not allow any site to set local data"
            },
            {
              "name": "default popups setting",
              "value": "BlockPopups applies, but users can change this setting"
            },
            {
              "name": "look alike warning allowlist domains",
              "value": [
                "foo.example.com",
                "example.org"
              ]
            },
            {
              "name": "extension install sources",
              "value": [
                "https://corp.mycompany.com/*",
                "https://corp1.mycompany1.com/*"
              ]
            },
            {
              "name": "auto launch protocols from origins",
              "value": [
                {
                  "protocol": "sportifys",
                  "allowed_origins": [
                    "example.com",
                    "http://www.example.com:8080"
                  ]
                },
                {
                  "protocol": "teams",
                  "allowed_origins": [
                    "example1.com",
                    "http://www.example1.com:8080"
                  ]
                }
              ]
            }
          ]
        }
      ],
      "windows": [
        {
          "category": "browser",
          "userOverride": false,
          "assignedTo": [
            "AllUsersNoAuthentication"
          ],
          "settings": [
            {
              "name": "open all apps in cwb",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "incognito mode availability",
              "value": "Incognito mode available"
            },
            {
              "name": "developer tools availability",
              "value": "Allow usage of the Developer Tools"
            },
            {
              "name": "enable password save",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "Managed bookmarks",
              "value": [
                {
                  "toplevel_name": "My managed bookmarks folder"
                },
                {
                  "name": "Google",
                  "url": "google.com"
                },
                {
                  "name": "Youtube",
                  "url": "youtube.com"
                },
                {
                  "children": [
                    {
                      "name": "Chromium",
                      "url": "chromium.org"
                    },
                    {
                      "name": "Chromium Developers",
                      "url": "dev.chromium.org"
                    }
                  ],
                  "name": "Chrome links"
                }
              ]
            },
            {
              "name": "Extension Install Allow list",
              "value": [
                {
                  "name": "test1",
                  "install link": "https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/stayfocusd/laankejkbhbdhmipfmgcngdelahlfoji?utm_term=chrome%20web%20store&utm_campaign&utm_source=adwords&utm_medium=ppc&hsa_acc=2427782021&hsa_cam=17624934708&hsa_grp=142148219190&hsa_ad=607700050316&hsa_src=g&hsa_tgt=kwd-308053041493&hsa_kw=chrome%20web%20store&hsa_mt=b&hsa_net=adwords&hsa_ver=3&gclid=Cj0KCQjw852XBhC6ARIsAJsFPN2YQhvZivtPKvAX5IbRF7i4y_cEhWOSzZwxAfw1cNjNOq_qErFjYqQaAvmAEALw_wcB",
                  "id": "laankejkbhbdhmipfmgcngdelahlfoji"
                },
                {
                  "name": "test2",
                  "install link": "https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/vimium/dbepggeogbaibhgnhhndojpepiihcmeb?utm_term=chrome%20web%20store&utm_campaign&utm_source=adwords&utm_medium=ppc&hsa_acc=2427782021&hsa_cam=17624934708&hsa_grp=142148219190&hsa_ad=607700050316&hsa_src=g&hsa_tgt=kwd-308053041493&hsa_kw=chrome%20web%20store&hsa_mt=b&hsa_net=adwords&hsa_ver=3&gclid=Cj0KCQjw852XBhC6ARIsAJsFPN2YQhvZivtPKvAX5IbRF7i4y_cEhWOSzZwxAfw1cNjNOq_qErFjYqQaAvmAEALw_wcB",
                  "id": "dbepggeogbaibhgnhhndojpepiihcmeb"
                }
              ]
            },
            {
              "name": "Extension Install Force list",
              "value": [
                "ohlencieiipommannpdfcmfdpjjmeolj",
                "dipiagiiohfljcicegpgffpbnjmgjcnf"
              ]
            },
            {
              "name": "Delete browsing data on exit",
              "value": [
                "browsing_history"
              ]
            },
            {
              "name": "auto fill address enabled",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "auto fill credit card enabled",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "command line flag security warnings enabled",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "payment method query enabled",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "saving browser history disabled",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "search suggest enabled",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "export bookmark allowed",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "force ephemeral profiles",
              "value": true
            },
            {
              "name": "default cookies setting",
              "value": "Do not allow any site to set local data"
            },
            {
              "name": "default popups setting",
              "value": "BlockPopups applies, but users can change this setting"
            },
            {
              "name": "look alike warning allowlist domains",
              "value": [
                "foo.example.com",
                "example.org"
              ]
            },
            {
              "name": "extension install sources",
              "value": [
                "https://corp.mycompany.com/*",
                "https://corp1.mycompany1.com/*"
              ]
            },
            {
              "name": "auto launch protocols from origins",
              "value": [
                {
                  "protocol": "sportifys",
                  "allowed_origins": [
                    "example.com",
                    "http://www.example.com:8080"
                  ]
                },
                {
                  "protocol": "teams",
                  "allowed_origins": [
                    "example1.com",
                    "http://www.example1.com:8080"
                  ]
                }
              ]
            }
          ]
        }
      ]
    }
  }
}
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Fixed issues

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

Known issues

No new issues have been observed in this release.

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