Citrix Provisioning

What’s new

What’s new in 2308

This release of Citrix Provisioning includes the enhancements described in the following sections. It includes several fixes for issues seen in past releases, and issues that we have identified.


Use the most recent version of the Citrix License Server to receive the latest provisioning features.

When upgrading Citrix Provisioning to the newest version, the latest License Server version is required.

For more information, see Licensing.

Support for provisioning target devices in untrusted domain

With this feature, you can now provision target devices in the domains that are not trusted by the domain to which the Citrix Provisioning Server belongs. To do this, use one of the following:

  • Citrix Virtual Desktops Setup Wizard
  • Streamed VM Setup Wizard

This feature is applicable to all supported on-premises and cloud hypervisors.

For more information, see the following:

Support for Azure secret region

Azure has a secret environment where the endpoints of Azure services are a secret. To support the Azure secret region, you can now configure endpoint URLs of required services. For more information, see Configure service endpoint URLs.

Support for providing information about the provisioning servers

While using the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Setup Wizard to create target VMs for on-premises hypervisors, you can now provide information about the provisioning servers that function as login servers for the UEFI target VMs when using the BDM boot option. For more information, see Run the wizard.

Support for restoring the database when using enhanced database encryption

You can now restore the database from a backup when using enhanced database encryption if you rotate the keys between taking the backup and restoring the database. For more information, see Restore database.

Support for Nutanix AHV 6.5 LTS

Citrix Provisioning now supports Windows 11 on Nutanix AHV 6.5 Long Term Support (LTS). Using Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Setup Wizard, you can create single and multi-session Nutanix AHV 6.5 catalogs. For more information on Nutanix AHV, see the following Nutanix documents:

Support for new Linux streaming target devices

For Linux streaming, the following operating systems are now supported:

  • RHEL 8.8
  • RHEL 9.2
  • Rocky Linux 8.8
  • Rocky Linux 9.2

For more information, see Streaming Linux target devices.