What’s new

Note

Citrix Licensing version 11.15 is Windows only and does not support License Server VPX.

What’s new in the License Server build 25000

New product names:

If you’ve been a Citrix customer or partner for a while, you’ll notice new names and editions in our products and documentation.

The new product and component names stem from the expanding Citrix portfolio and cloud strategy.

Implementing this transition in our products and their documentation is an ongoing process.

  • In-product content might still contain former names. For example, you might see instances of earlier names in console text, messages, and directory/file names.
  • It is possible that some items (such as commands and MSIs) might continue to retain their former names to prevent breaking existing customer scripts.
  • Related product documentation and other resources (such as videos and blog posts) that are linked from this product’s documentation might still contain former names.

Your patience during this transition is appreciated.

Note:

For more detail about our new names, see https://www.citrix.com/about/citrix-product-guide.

You can register your License Server with Citrix Cloud:

The License Server then collects and stores Call Home license usage information and regularly transmits that data to Citrix Cloud. For more information, see [Usage and statistics] (/en-us/licensing/current-release/citrix-licensing-manager/settings.html).

What’s new in the License Server build 24100

Enhanced configuration of users and groups using the Citrix Licensing Manager:

The Citrix Licensing Manager Settings > Account screen lets you configure the user and group access to manage the License Server. The settings to manage users are no longer supported on the Licensing Management Console. For more information, see Settings.

Display and change historical usage retention period:

The Citrix Licensing Manager Historical Use screens displays and allows you to change the amount of time to retain historical usage data. For more information, see Historical usage.