Thanks for the reply - it turns out it is getting further than I thought.
We are using IE9. The PAC file is being processed correctly I think as we have tried adding some new exceptions to the GPO and they do appear in the PAC file and the sites are accessible.
Here is our issue:
- When pulse not connected, client can access all intranet sites directly and all internet sites via proxy.
- When pulse client connected, intranet sites accessible (Proxy bypass) internet sites accessible but appear to be VERY slow, upwards of 20 seconds to open web page compared with 1-2 seconds with no VPN.
So, it appears that the proxy settings I have put into the connection (Preserve client-side proxy settings) are working, but the performance impact is huge.
It seems like it could be a DNS issue, so I'm going to dig deeper into that.
Information from Admin Guide:
By Choosing "Preserver Client side proxy setting", the temp PROXY PAC file overwrite issue will be resolved.
Below Reg key will be changed to temporary PAC file created by Junos Pulse/NC Example change: "file://\\XXXXXXXXXXX\UserData\Username\RF\AppData\Roaming\Juniper Networks\instantproxy.pac" in the regkey AutoConfigURL