Supported Databases for XenApp and XenDesktop Components

Citrix is committed to ensuring that our products function with the latest Microsoft SQL databases. Citrix supplies reasonable efforts to ensure compatibility with upcoming database releases. New versions of supported databases released after our products have been released, must work. However, Citrix recommends creating a test environment to ensure there are no unforeseen issues related to changes made to the new version or update of the third-party product. Individuals wishing to use the new release with current Citrix products must perform their own testing before using the platform. Citrix does not support any BETA versions of third-party products.

This document will be updated periodically as new information becomes available.

What has changed from the last release of the matrix

  • Updated support for Virtual Apps and Desktops (XenApp/XenDesktop) 7 1906
Supported Databases Virtual Apps and Desktops (XenApp/XenDesktop) 7.15LTSR / 1811 / 1903 / 1906 XenApp/XenDesktop 7.6 LTSR Provisioning Services 7.15 LTSR / 1811 / 1903 / 1906 Provisioning Services 7.6 LTSR XenApp 6.5 HRP07
SQL 2017
x64 Yes Yes Yes (1) Yes (1) Yes
Express Yes Yes Yes (1) Yes (1) Yes
SQL 2016 SP1, SP2
x64 Yes Yes Yes (1) Yes (1) Yes
Express Yes Yes Yes (1) Yes (1) Yes
SQL 2014 SP1, SP2, SP3
x86 Yes Yes Yes (1) Yes (1) Yes
x64 Yes Yes Yes (1) Yes (1) Yes
Express Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SQL 2012 SP1, SP2, SP3, SP4
x86 Yes Yes Yes (1) Yes (1) Yes
x64 Yes Yes Yes (1) Yes (1) Yes
Express Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
SQL 2012
x86 Yes Yes Yes (1) Yes (1) Yes
x64 Yes Yes Yes (1) Yes (1) Yes
Express Yes (2) Yes (2) Yes Yes Yes
SQL 2008 R2 SP2, SP3
x86 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
x64 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Express Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

  1. PVS 7.7 onwards Always ON is supported. PVS 7.11 introduced Multi-subnet Failover
  2. Known issue using SQL 2012 and above with XenDesktop, Refer to article ‘CTX132438 – Unable to Create New XenDesktop Site Using SQL 2012 Server’

Note:

  • The x86 and x64 versions of SQL (version 2012 and later) have been validated with Always On, Clustered, Standalone and Mirrored modes.
  • The Express edition has been validated only as Standalone.

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1. Run asnp citrix.*

2.. run – “get-xdauthentication” – provide the “customer id ” credential. Await MFA and then select “customer id ” from select box.

3. After this you can run any SDK commands from the Remote Apps and Desktops SDK.

run – import-module “C:Program FilesCitrixCitrix.Cloud.AppLibrary.Admin.v1Citrix.Cloud.AppLibrary.Admin.v1.psm1”

4.. run – Import-AppVPackageToCloud -PackagePath PATHAppName.appv And this occurs – PS C:Windowssystem32> Import-AppVPackageToCloud -PackagePath G:TsApp003VNCViewervncviewer.appv Directory: C:UsersXAppDataLocalTemp Mode LastWriteTime Length Name —- ————- —— —- d—– 6/20/2019 10:07 AM l55gs41x Uploading package G:TsApp003VNCViewervncviewer.appv Copying item G:TsApp003VNCViewervncviewer.appv to C:UsersXAppDataLocalTempl55gs41xvncviewer.zip Unpacking AppV File Discovering AppxManifext Discovering icon data Discovered Icon : C:UsersXAppDataLocalTempl55gs41xRootVFSProgramFilesX64RealVNCVNC%20Viewervncvi wer.exe.0.ico 62503 Transfering data to the AppLibrary… Import-AppVPackageToCloud : Could not upload package G:TsApp003VNCViewervncviewer.appv to cloud DDC. At line:1 char:1 + Import-AppVPackageToCloud -PackagePath G:TsApp003VNCViewervncviewe … + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [Write-Error], WriteErrorException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.WriteErrorException,Import-AppVPackageToCloud Import-AppVPackageToCloud : Please verify that you have permission to use this feature and that the feature is enabled for your cloud customer At line:1 char:1 + Import-AppVPackageToCloud -PackagePath G:TsApp003VNCViewervncviewe … + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [Write-Error], WriteErrorException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.WriteErrorException,Import-AppVPackageToCloud New-AppLibAppVPackage : Feature AppVSingleAdmin is not enabled. At C:Program FilesCitrixCitrix.Cloud.AppLibrary.Admin.v1Citrix.Cloud.AppLibrary.Admin.v1.psm1:98 char:14 + … $Package = New-AppLibAppVPackage -Path $PackagePath -AppManifestXml … + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : InvalidOperation: (:) [New-AppLibAppVPackage], InvalidOperationException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Citrix.XDPowerShell.Status.FeatureNotEnabled,Citrix.AppLibrary.Sdk.Commands.NewAppLibApp VPackageCommand

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