We have an individual on Snow Leopard who we were able to get to connect to our VPN (SA-700) after we updated to 7.0 and have her with the Network Connect 7.0 client. She recently tried to connect to an external VPN (Juniper-based also) using this nc and received an "nc.mac.app.1110" error message. We can't find that message listed in any document. She took a screen shot so we know it's not a typo on her end.
This other site is a governmental agency so it'll take a while to get a response as to what they're running or even assistance (it's already been a week waiting on a reply) so we were hoping the error message might give us something to work on in the meantime.
Thanks for any hints!
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I've got JTAC looking into this and will post back. Somehow got missed in the error-message documentation, so they've got to schlep through the source code.
Can you have the end user try https://server-name rather than http://server-name
I have not researched *all possible* causes that lead to this error. However one of the cause for this message was an issue in NC MAC client where it would not get redirected to https:// if end-user mistakenly used http://
This issue has been fixed in 7.0R4/7.1R1 and higher releases.
Wow....good eye! I didn't even catch the http vs https deal.
We're on 7.0R3 so that's probably why the client is behaving like that. I received a response back late yesterday that the server we're trying to access is on 6.5.
The individual's in Europe so the back-and-forth is a bit more lengthy than usual. I'll report the results.
Thanks for everyone's help!
The user typing in "https" as opposed to "http" as she was doing has allowed her to connect.
We saw the same thing. And was this thread timely - I had the problem reported one day after the entries that showed me the path to the solution. Kudos!