Citrix Provisioning

What’s new

What’s new in 2206

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.

Important:

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.

Support for Windows Server 2022

Citrix Provisioning now supports Windows Server 2022.

Support for GCP

Citrix Provisioning now allows you to move your Citrix Provisioning workloads to the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). You can install Citrix Provisioning in your Google project in the same way as you install it in an on-premises provisioning farm. For more information, see Citrix Provisioning on Google Cloud Platform.

Support for SCVMM 2022

Citrix Provisioning now supports provisioning of VMs on operating systems hosted on SCVMM 2022.

Support for availability zones in Citrix Provisioning on Azure

Citrix Provisioning on Azure now supports creating provisioning targets in specific availability zones. To deploy the target devices, you can either run the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Setup Wizard or use the Provisioning API. For more information, see Citrix Provisioning on Microsoft Azure.

Support for Azure server-side encryption with customer-managed key

Citrix Provisioning on Azure now supports customer-managed encryption keys to encrypt all managed disks associated with each target device. With this support, you can manage your organizational and compliance requirements by encrypting managed disks of your machine catalog using your own encryption key. For more information, see Citrix Provisioning on Microsoft Azure.

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