I've looked around and can't find anything on this. I just dumped Vista for Fedora 9 and am having trouble getting Network Connect to connect to our SA 700. I'm getting authenticated, as proved by our logs:
2008-05-18 20:28:15 - ive - [66.191.xxx.xxx] DOMAIN\username(Authenticated Users) - Primary authentication successful for DOMAIN\username/Active Directory from 66.191.xxx.xxx
The GUI error is "Unable to connect to IVE"
In my CLI terminal window, I see: ncapp> Failed to connect/authenticate with IVE. Error 10
GUI NCSVC log shows:
.... A bunch of normal stuff removed ..... and then:
20080517001259.300117 ncsvc dsclient.info <-- 200 (authenticate.cpp:168)
20080517001259.300223 ncsvc dsclient.info state: kStatePostCacheCleaner (dsclient.cpp:329)
20080517001259.300273 ncsvc dsclient.info --> POST /dana-na/cc/ccupdate.cgi (authenticate.cpp:136)
20080517001259.519895 ncsvc dsclient.info <-- 200 (authenticate.cpp:168)
20080517001259.519944 ncsvc dsclient.error state post auth cache cleaner failed, error 10 (dsclient.cpp:331)
20080517001259.520013 ncsvc ncapp.error Failed to authenticate with IVE. Error 10 (ncsvc.cpp:183)
I'm issuing the following command to try and launch NC:
java -jar NC.jar -h my.ive.host.name -u username -p MyPassword -r "My Realm" -f cert.der
Any help or direction would be greatly appreciated. I know Fedora 9 is probably not supported at all; but surely it will work with some tweaking.
Fedora Core 5 is supported so my hunch is that 9 has not been tested but will work. Here is a pointer to the SSL VPN Resolution guide, it should point you in the right direction.