Citrix Provisioning

Fixed issues in 1912 LTSR CU2

Compared to: Provisioning 1912 LTSR CU1

Citrix Provisioning 1912 LTSR CU2 contains all fixes included in the 1912 LTSR initial release, CU1, plus the following, new fixes:

Citrix Provisioning console issues

  • In the Citrix Provisioning console, attempts to copy and paste the target device properties by using a mouse might fail. [CVADHELP-13361]

  • Attempts to create virtual machines using the XenDesktop setup wizard might fail. [CVADHELP-13752]

  • The XenDesktop setup wizard might fail with an error when the Microsoft SCVMM server and the Hyper-V cluster are present on different domains. [CVADHELP-13762]

Citrix Provisioning server issues

  • In a multi-homed PVS server environment, attempts to download the tsbbdm.bin file might fail. [CVADHELP-13948]

  • When you use a PowerShell command to create a bootable ISO file (boot.iso), the option to set the network interface index might not be present in the BDM PowershellSDK. [CVADHELP-14362]

  • Debug logs associated with target devices are not included in Always-on Tracing (AOT) or CDF traces sent to the Citrix Provisioning server. [CVADHELP-14829]

  • You cannot view the Farm is already configured option when you run the Configuration wizard. The issue occurs after you upgrade Provisioning Services. [CVADHELP-14860]

  • Attempts to open the Provisioning Services Console after restarting the Provisioning Server might fail with this error message:

    An unexpected MAPI error occurred

    [CVADHELP-15141]

  • Target devices cannot start correctly and as a result keep on restarting. [CVADHELP-15144]

  • When you configure the Streamprocess parameters using the StreamProcess.cfg file, the stream process (StreamProcess.exe) might fail to start. [CVADHELP-15295]

  • The TFTP service configured on a Provisioning Server might consume high memory. [CVADHELP-15299]

  • With this fix, Citrix Provisioning target devices can be installed using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). [CVADHELP-15590]

  • With this fix, Citrix Provisioning adds NVMe controller support for target devices using ESX. The presence of the controller is determined on the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Setup Wizard template. It is used when creating the write cache disk and the BDM disk. For BDM Update scenarios, Citrix Provisioning determines whether the controller exists on the provisioned VM and then updates the disk using the controller. [CVADHELP-15788]

Citrix Provisioning target device issues

  • Attempts to reverse image a virtual disk to a UEFI machine’s local hard disk or solid-state drive might fail with this error message: The destination disk is too small.

    [CVADHELP-13290]

  • The imaging wizard and P2pvs cannot fully image UEFI windows if the partition layout is customized. [CVADHELP-14553]

  • Attempts to migrate a target device set to Cache in Device RAM with overflow on hard disk and Asynchronous IO might fail. The device experiences a fatal exception and displays a blue screen. [CVADHELP-15039]

  • With this fix, Citrix Provisioning target devices can be installed using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). [CVADHELP-15590]

  • This fix changes the value of the DefaultInstall parameter. You can now use Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to install the Machine Creation Services I/O (MCSIO) under a system account. [CVADHELP-15593]

Fixed issues in 1912 LTSR CU2