This article is intended for Citrix administrators and technical teams only.
Non-admin users must contact their company’s Help Desk/IT support team and can refer to CTX297149 for more information.
The Citrix Receiver for Mac team is working on product updates to support the upcoming release of macOS Sierra (macOS 10.12) in Fall 2016. Citrix is committed to provide zero-day compatibility for Receiver for Mac when Sierra is generally available. Zero-day compatibility means Receiver for Mac will operate with the new operating system platform from Apple at release.
In addition to zero-day compatibility, Citrix is reviewing new features that take advantage of Sierra. We will keep our customers informed as we learn more about the changes needed to support any of the new features.
The Sierra beta is available to the general public. Based on our early assessment of the current beta, we are aware of issues making ICA connections over SSL using Receiver 12.1.100 for Mac. Citrix has started to fix gaps and areas of incompatibilities with Sierra to ensure our commitment to Zero-day compatibility.
Receiver for Mac 12.2 (available August 1, 2016) does not suffer from the SSL issue on Sierra. Be aware however that Sierra beta is still not a supported platform. If Apple releases a new Sierra beta that causes Receiver for Mac to stop working, there is no guarantee that we will release a fix before the official release of Sierra. Citrix recommends that our customers not install the Sierra beta in production.