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Release Notes for XenMobile Server 10.14 Rolling Patch 7 Release

These release notes describe enhancements and fixed and known issues for XenMobile Server 10.14 Rolling Patch 7.

What’s New

  • OS updates

    • Support for iOS 16. XenMobile Server and Citrix Mobile productivity apps are compatible with iOS 16, but don’t currently support any new iOS 16 features.
    • Support for Android 13. XenMobile Server now supports Android Enterprise device updates to Android 13. For a summary of security and privacy benefits, see the Android documentation.
  • Deprecated features. Support for the following features has now been removed:

    • RBAC role - shared and COSU devices enroller [CXM-104826]
    • Android - Sony and HTC [CXM-104827]
    • High Security enrollment mode [CXM-104828]
    • Derived credentials [CXM-104829]
    • SEAMS [CXM-104833]
    • Windows Phone devices [CXM-104834], [CXM-104835]
    • Generic, DigiCert managed, and Entrust adapter PKI entities. [CXM-104990]

    For more information, see Deprecation.

  • Deprecated support for the Mobile Service Provider (MSP) interface. Support for MSP has been deprecated by adding a new server property called deprecate.mobile.service.provider that removes the MSP interface from the console, which is set to True by default. For more information, see Server properties. [CXM-104836]

  • Support for the Allow auto-connect to WiFi Sense hotspots restriction policy for Windows 10 devices has been removed. For more information, see Windows Desktop/Tablet settings. [CXM-104839]

  • Deprecated support for Nexmo SMS gateway. Support for Nexmo SMS has been deprecated by adding a server property called deprecate.carrier.sms.gateway, which is set to True by default. Nexmo SMS has also been deprecated in the Self-Help Portal. For details, see Notifications. [CXM-104840]

  • Deprecation of APIs by Google. Google is deprecating several APIs used for app categories and licenses in XenMobile Server. The following changes are in effect:

    • You now select apps to add rather than approve. See Managed app store apps.
    • You now organize apps into collections rather than categories. See Organize apps.
    • You can no longer disassociate app licenses from users. See Add apps. [CXM-105835]
  • Configure a priority to automatically update Android Enterprise managed apps. Specify whether Android Enterprise managed apps update automatically with a low priority or a high priority. You can also postpone automatic updates. For more information, see Automatically update managed apps device policy. [CXM-105837]

For information about previous rolling patches for XenMobile Server 10.14.0, see Release notes for Rolling Patches.

Fixed Issues

  • On some devices running Android, you’re unable to access Secure Hub when some public apps aren’t available on Google Play. [CXM-105492]

  • On certain macOS devices, installed profiles and certificates are automatically removed after renewal of SSL certificates. [CXM-105759]

  • On the XenMobile Server console, you’re unable to edit the Restrictions device policies whose name have the / symbol. [CXM-105828]

  • Released DEP devices still appear on the XenMobile Server console. [CXM-105905]

  • You’re unable to access the Secure Hub Store. You get the following error: Your sign on has expired. Please sign on again to continue. [CXM-106054]

Release Notes for XenMobile Server 10.14 Rolling Patch 7 Release