We have run into an issue with Junos Pulse 3.0 on Windows 7 x64. When our users are inside our offices, they are having trouble with wireless conenctivity when roaming between floors. Each floor has a different wireless subnet. We are not connecting with Pulse when in the office, it is just installed on the computer.
When the user roams to another floor, they are not picking up the appropriate IP address for the new subnet when they move. Wireless is connecting, they just are not getting an IP address on the new subnet from the DHCP server, and therefore cannot access anything on the network any longer.
When we uninstall Pulse it works fine and the user picks up the proper IP address when they move to another floor. When we uncheck "Juniper Network Agent" on the network adapter, it also works fine.
All of our company PCs are Windows 7 x64. No 32bit, and no Windows XP, or Vista.
Has anyone else run into this?