Fixed issues in Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.3
Compared to: Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.2
Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.3 contains all fixes that were included in Versions 12, 12.1, 12.1.100, and 12.2, plus the following, new fix:
- If Citrix Receiver for Mac is configured to use a proxy server, Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connections can fail.
Fixed issues in Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.2
Compared to: Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.1.100
Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.2 contains all fixes that were included in Versions 12, 12.1, and 12.1.100, plus the following, new fixes:
- Resolved an issue where Receiver for Mac would launch a session in full screen mode if the ScreenPercent parameter was specified in the ICA file.
- Fixed an issue that caused Receiver for Mac to crash if a session was disconnected while a webcam was remoted to an active session.
- Resolved an issue where server-to-client content redirection would fail if the URL being redirected contained non-ASCII characters.
- This release fixed an issue where Receiver or Mac would not use the system proxy configuration when downloading certificate revocation lists.
- Resolved an issue where the Ctrl-Tab keyboard combination was not passed to active desktop sessions.
- This release fixed an issue where sessions would fail to connect if user certificate authentication was configured on NetScaler Gateway.
- Fixed an issue where the session keyboard mapping could be incorrect when reconnecting to an existing session.
- Resolved an issue where smart card pass-through authentication could fail.
- This release resolved an issue where an HDX app window could display drawing artifacts after minimizing and maximizing.
- Fixed an issue on German/Austrian keyboards where the ALT key was not released after typing Alt-l.
- Resolved an issue where audio remoted to the server from a microphone could sound very choppy.
- Fixed an issue where smart cards were inaccessible to a Microsoft Remote Desktop Client running inside an HDX session.
Fixed issues in Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.1.100
Compared to: Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.1
Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.1.100 contains all fixes that were included in Versions 12 and 12.1, plus the following, new fixes:
- Resolved an issue where a session would crash when launching an app or desktop whose name started with an '@' character.
- Fixed a problem where IPV6 connections to NetScaler Gateway would fail.
- Resolved a problem when a Receiver for Mac session failed when connecting through a Cisco ASA 9.32 SSL VPN.
- Fixed an issue where sessions would disconnect resulting in an error message indicating that "The remote SSL peer sent a bad MAC Alert."
- Fixed an issue where attempting to enter a single Japanese or Simplified Chinese character would result in no character being displayed in the session desktop.
Fixed issues in Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.1
Compared to: Citrix Receiver for Mac 12
Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.1 contains all fixes that were included in Version 12, plus the following, new fixes:
- Fixed an issue where if you are using the VPN support built into OS X, Citrix Receiver sometimes wasn't able to connect to a configured account while the VPN was active.
- Fixed an issue in OS X El Capitan, where sessions displayed abnormally when put them in Split View.
- Fixed an issue where beacon detection failed when you tried to connect externally through an F5 proxy.
- Fixed an issue where keyboard shortcuts configured in System Preferences weren't applied in the session.
- Fixed an issue with the '+' keyboard signals in Citrix Receiver for Mac 11.9.15 and 12, which caused the viewer to crash.
- Fixed an issue after launching one app Citrix Receiver asks for authentication for another app.
- Fixed an issue on desktop sessions, where the Ctrl-Q keyboard combination would not pass through correctly.
Fixed issues in Citrix Receiver for Mac 12
This release resolves a number of issues related to smart card integration. Some issues remain and will continue to be investigated.
Other issues fixed in this release:
- An incorrect message was shown on the Credential Dialog Window in Japanese environments ("デモアカウント にログオンしてください", meaning "Please log on to Demo Account"). This message should have read "Please log on to My Virtual Desktop."
- Mounting multiple Receiver disk images simultaneously could result in the wrong installer being launched.
- OS X proxy bypass entries in CIDR notation were ignored.
- Only the first 256 characters of the OS X bypass list are used.
- An internal beacon false positive check could fail for certain ISPs who have installed DNS error redirection software from Barefruit.