Citrix Systems, Inc. announces this notice of status change for several releases in the Citrix XenApp product line.
The following table details the Citrix Zenprise Mobile Device Manager and Service Manager Lifecycle milestones that are provided in accordance with the guidelines established by the Citrix Product Lifecycle Support Policy.
Citrix has released a new version of the Personal vDisk. Version 5.6.13 has the following new features:
Personal vDisk v5.6.13 is the latest release which includes a redesigned filter driver that improves overall application compatibility. PvD no longer requires an assigned drive letter for the app space (currently the V: drive) and offers dynamic free space balance between the apps and profile space on the user’s personal vDisk. This release contains the reduction in the PvD generated CPU overhead by 44%.
McAfee has released 2 new versions yesterday. ePolicy Orchestrator 5.0 and McAfee Agent 4.8 have been released.
ePolicy Orchestrator 5.0:
What’s new in this version:
Upgrade Compatibility Utility
Use the Upgrade Compatibility Utility to migrate your server configuration from previous ePolicy Orchestrator versions on unsupported server operating systems to a supported operating system. At the same time, identify and prevent incompatible product extensions from running in your ePolicy Orchestrator 5.0 environment.
Citrix has released AppDNA version 6.2 on March 18th 2013.
The AppDNA 6.2 release is focused on providing full support for Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, and Internet Explorer 10, support for App-V 5 and System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) 2012, incremental loading of ConfigMgr data, Install Capture support for VMware vSphere 5.1, and reporting performance and usability improvements. Continue reading “AppDNA 6.2 released”
PVSDataTools is a set of tools used to collect and parse data from a Provisioning Services (PVS) Server to assist in troubleshooting an issue. PVSDataTools contains two tools: PVSDataCollector and PVSDataParser.
The PVSDataCollector collects the following information from the PVS Server:
The XenApp Connector for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager enables administrators to orchestrate the tasks required to deliver applications both to end-users and XenApp Servers seamlessly with Microsoft System Center 2012 (and SP1).
With the XenApp Connector, administrators can:
Extend the Configuration Manager 2012 user-centric and rules-based application delivery capabilities to deliver applications to users in the most appropriate manner for the device they are using: MSI, App-V, CAB, or XenApp
Enable user self-service of XenApp hosted applications from both Receiver and the System Center Application Catalog