@androlmeda: I do not know if there are plans to support it; that would be a good question for your Juniper SE. However, if it is not installing, that is a good indicator that it is not currently supported. As you know Android support != will work (since the market is quite fragmented). My understanding is that the Android market does a good job of preventing incompatible applications from installing.
Do you know which version of Android (base) it is using? I would recommend checking with your Juniper account team on requesting support for this device for you. I don't know if it will be possible, depending on what Cisco has done to the base OS, but the best way to have it checked is through your account team.
I am not sure how to find that out; what happens when you contact Samsung?
WIth that said, it is my understanding that the updated files are published on the standard Android market for locales that cannot access the Samsung-specific site, such as the US.
would be cool if Juniper Networks does provide the specific Samsung Release Number so enterprises do know if their workforce is ready or not (problem could be with ISP who do not publish that quickly the new releases). This information should eliminate a lot of JTAC Support query's and or in-house Enterprise support.
I agree; would be a good idea to put through your account team to see what can be done. I am not sure if that is something that is given to the Juniper development team or not.
Is there as of today no way we could use our SSL juniper SA 4000 device to make android devices access our citrix farm?
Not counting the specific devices with this support.
Is it possible to use the juniper SA in companion with citrix webinterface without the need for the l3 pulse functionality?
Other than that I of course hope that l3 functionality will show up soon..