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XenMobile Server is an on-premises enterprise mobility management solution that offers mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM).
The mobile productivity apps are productivity and communication apps that are offered as a part of the XenMobile solution. For information about the mobile productivity apps, see mobile productivity apps.
The cloud service version of XenMobile Server is called Citrix Endpoint Management. For information specific to the XenMobile cloud offering, see Citrix Endpoint Management.
Tip: XenMobile Migration Service
If you’re using XenMobile Server on premises, our XenMobile Migration Service can get you started with Endpoint Management. Migration from XenMobile Server to Citrix Endpoint Management doesn’t require you to re-enroll devices.
For more information, contact your local Citrix salesperson, Systems Engineer, or Citrix Partner. These blogs discuss the XenMobile Migration Service:
For the XenMobile Server and apps, Citrix supports the current and prior version of XenMobile, including Rolling Patches. For all security related fixes, you must upgrade to XenMobile Server 10.9 or later. For a list of new features, known issues, and fixed issues in the current and prior version of XenMobile Server, see:
- XenMobile Server 10.9: What’s new, Fixed issues, and Known issues
- What’s new in XenMobile Server 10.8
For PDFs of the documentation for all versions earlier than the most recent version, see the Archive List of Legacy Documents.
XenMobile 9. This version reached the End of Life (EOL) lifecycle status as of June 30, 2017. When a product release reaches EOL, you can use the product within the terms of your product licensing agreement, but the available support options are limited. Historical information appears in the Knowledge Center or other online resources. The documentation is no longer updated and is provided on an as-is basis. For more information about product lifecycle milestones, see the Product Matrix.
For five years beyond the EOL date, you can download a PDF of the XenMobile 9 documentation from the Archive List of Legacy Documents.
For information about moving from XenMobile 9 to XenMobile Service via Citrix Cloud, see this Citrix.com page.
Before you upgrade to XenMobile 10.9 (on-premises)
Update your Citrix License Server to 11.15.x or later before updating to the latest version of XenMobile Server 10.9.
The latest version of XenMobile requires Citrix License Server 11.15.x (minimum version). The Subscription Advantage (SA) date on your Citrix license must be later than September 14, 2018. You can view your SA date next to the license in the License Server. If you connect the latest version of XenMobile to an older license server environment, the connectivity check fails and you can’t configure the license server.
To renew the SA date on your license, download the latest license file from the Citrix Portal and upload the file to the Licensing Server. For more information, see https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX209580.
For a clustered environment: To install apps from the XenMobile Store on iOS 11 devices, you must enable port 80 on XenMobile Server.
If the virtual machine running the XenMobile Server to be upgraded has less than 4 GB of RAM, increase the RAM to at least 4 GB. Keep in mind that the recommended minimum RAM is 8 GB for production environments.
Recommendation: Before you install a XenMobile update, use the functionality in your virtual machine (VM) to take a snapshot of your system. Also, back up your system configuration database. If you experience issues during an upgrade, complete backups enable you to recover.
After you upgrade to XenMobile 10.9 (on-premises)
If functionality involving outgoing connections stop working, and you haven’t changed your connections configuration, check the XenMobile Server log for errors such as the following: “Unable to connect to the VPP Server: Host name ‘192.0.2.0’ does not match the certificate subject provided by the peer”
When you receive a certificate validation error, disable hostname verification on XenMobile Server. By default, hostname verification is enabled on outgoing connections except for the Microsoft PKI server. If hostname verification breaks your deployment, change the server property disable.hostname.verification to true. The default value of this property is false.
You can directly upgrade to XenMobile 10.9 from XenMobile 10.8.x or 10.7.x. Use the Release Management page in the XenMobile console.
To perform the upgrade, you use the latest 10.9 binary available on the Citrix Download page. In the XenMobile console, click the gear icon in the upper-right corner of the console and then click Release Management. Click Upgrade and then upload the BIN file. Upgrade files for supported hypervisors are:
For more information about upgrading from XenMobile 10.8.x or 10.7.x, see Upgrade.
To upgrade from older releases of XenMobile, see the Upgrade article in the XenMobile Server 10.8 PDF, starting on page 265.
To install the latest release of XenMobile Server, see Install and configure.