Release Notes for XenMobile Server 10.13 Rolling Patch 5 Release

These release notes describe enhancements and fixed and known issues for XenMobile Server 10.13 Rolling Patch 5.

What’s New

  • Support for Windows 11 devices. You can now use the XenMobile Server to manage Windows 11 devices. For more information, see Operating system support list. [CXM-99998]

  • Configure the connection mode and network priority for macOS. In the Wi-Fi device policy, enable the Connection mode setting for macOS devices to choose how users join the network. The device can use the system credentials or credentials entered at the login window to authenticate the user. If you have multiple networks, type a number in the Priority field to set the priority of the network connection. The device chooses the network with the lowest number. For more information, see the macOS settings in Wi-Fi device policy. [CXM-100533]

  • The XenMobile Server will not be able to sync group licenses to Google, due to the deprecation of support for group licenses on Android Enterprise devices by Google. For more information, see this article. [CXM-101309]

  • Support for iOS 15. XenMobile Server and Citrix Mobile productivity apps are compatible with iOS 15, but don’t currently support any new iOS 15 features. [CXM-101442]

For information about previous rolling patches for XenMobile Server 10.13.0, see Release notes for Rolling Patches.

Fixed Issues

  • After enrolling iOS 15 or macOS 12 devices, the MDM Configuration profile shows as “Not Verified”. [CXM-99380]
  • Apple volume purchase apps installed on devices automatically update to the latest version when the App auto update setting is disabled. [CXM-99723]
  • On the XenMobile Server console, when you modify the settings of an app to clear all platforms and save, the app isn’t listed in Configure > Apps. [CXM-99850]
  • On some Android Enterprise devices, delivery groups and assigned policies or apps are not applied intermittently. [CXM-101554]
  • On the XenMobile Server, you observe high CPU utilization on server nodes in peak hour. [CXM-102450]
  • On iOS devices enrolled in the MDM only mode, you’re unable to add apps through browsers opened by Secure Hub from the App Store. You get the following error: Your sign on has expired. Please sign on again to continue. [CXM-102604]
  • On XenMobile Server version 10.13, you’re unable to connect and configure the storage zones controller with storage zone connectors-only. [CXM-102655]
  • On XenMobile Server versions 10.13 RP1 and later, the XenMobile inter-node connectivity trap of SNMP monitoring does not work. [CXM-102788]
Release Notes for XenMobile Server 10.13 Rolling Patch 5 Release

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