Citrix Provisioning

What’s new

This release of Citrix Provisioning includes the enhancements described in the following sections. It includes several fixes for issues seen in past releases, and new issues that we’ve 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. If you do not upgrade to the latest version of the License Server, the product license enters the 30-day grace period.

For more information, see Licensing.

Windows 11 support

Citrix Provisioning now supports Windows 11 Generation 2 VMs on VMware vSphere 7.0.3 update 3. For issues and limitations regarding Windows 11 support, see the latest known issues.

Azure VMware support

Citrix Provisioning now supports Azure VMware solution as a hypervisor.

VMware vSphere support

Citrix Provisioning now supports ESX 7.0 upto update 3 as a hypervisor.

Support for new Linux streaming target devices

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

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.9
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP5

See Streaming Linux target devices for details.

Support for Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) on Hyper-V

Citrix Provisioning now supports SR-IOV on Hyper-V, in addition to current support for SR-IOV on vSphere.

What’s new