Fixed issues in 1912 LTSR CU2

Compared to: StoreFront 1912 LTSR CU1

StoreFront 1912 LTSR CU2 contains all fixes included in the 1912 LTSR initial release, the CU1 release, and the following new fixes:

  • StoreFront stores have been using the unified user experience since StoreFront 1903. Some customers have reported that the way unified experience displays sub-categories in the Categories view is suboptimal for their business processes, and that it confuses their users. At this release, the Citrix StoreFront management console provides an option for stores to use a ‘collapsed’ Categories view instead.

    Collapsed Categories view hides the contents of any sub-categories until they are opened, and provides ‘breadcrumb trail’ navigation. For more information on the collapsed Categories view, and details of configuring it, see Support for the unified user experience. The Set-STFWebReceiverUserInterface PowerShell command has a new CategoryViewCollapsed parameter to control the categories view, see Citrix StoreFront 1912 SDK PowerShell Modules. [LCM-8241]

  • When a custom config file is present in the store folder, the custom file might replace the content of the web.config file in the store folder. The issue occurs when you upgrade StoreFront. [CVADHELP-13485]

  • In the StoreFront console, attempts to add domain names that contain an underscore (_) to a trusted domain list might fail. [CVADHELP-14213]

  • Citrix StoreFront might fail to enumerate applications. The issue occurs when StoreFront connects to a Delivery Controller that has a certificate chain with an unsupported Certificate Policies extension. [CVADHELP-14328]

  • Applications protected by app protection policies are not enumerated on StoreFront web stores. The issue occurs if you add more than two store sites on supported Citrix Workspace app versions. [CVADHELP-14637]

  • When you attempt to launch an application using its shortcut, the application appears as undefined and the Install button appears for non-Citrix Endpoint Management applications. [CVADHELP-14808]

  • On macOS, client detection might fail with an error: The URL cannot be opened. When you click the Detect Receiver button, StoreFront redirects the client to the error message. [CVADHELP-15073]

  • Attempts to launch a session using Citrix Workspace app for Mac might fail. The issue occurs when the session is from a delivery group with the app protection feature enabled. [CVADHELP-15751]

  • On a StoreFront store, top-level applications might be listed under a subcategory in the Categories view. [CVADHELP-16179]

Fixed issues in 1912 LTSR CU2

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