A list containing the majority of Citrix Licensing support articles collated to make this page a one stop place for you to search for and find information regarding any issues you have with the product and its related dependencies.
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|wdt_ID||Brief Description of Issue||Brief Description of Fix||Applicable Product Versions Affected (if known)||Link to supplemental Support Article(s)|
|1||Communication fails when securing licensing communication between XenDesktop (DDC) 7.9 and the License Server using TLS v1.2 or TLS v1.1.||This is a known bug and you must upgrade to XenDesktop 7.11+ and License Server 11.14+.||XenDesktop 7.9.||https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX222821|
|2||When running "lmstat -a" from CMD you are returned an error "Error getting status: Cannot find license file".||Run command "lmstat -a -c PathToLicenseMyFilesDirectory"||Citrix Licensing 11.9 to 11.12.||https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX129745|
|3||When browsing to the Citrix Licensing Manager console a generic Firefox error appears.||Perform a hard refresh (CTRL+F5).||License Server 11.14 build 19005 and Firefox.|
|4||On the VDA you see Event ID 1050 "Connection validation failed on domain for user for reason 'Unlicenses'".||This is caused by the Delivery Controllers not trusting the Citrix License Server when configured for HTTPS communication. This can be due to the License Server certificate expiring.||https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX228131|