I have a number of users who have the Samsung Galaxy. They have intalled the Junos Pulse app and discovered that it will only display global bookmarks assigned at the group level. It will not display bookmarks specific to the user (we use Active Directory for authentication and authorization).
Meanwhile, if they acces the SSL VPN using the web browser that comes with Android, they see their shortcuts in addition to the group level global bookmarks.
That said, will this be addressed in future builds? When can we expect to see an RDP client for Junos Pulse?
I'm wondering the same thing, our IT team have only android phones (did you say geek phones ? )
RDP client would be so great for us.
See this thread on the lack of layer 3 connection support in the Android OS. Connection software for vpn access cannot be developed without this support.
You can vote for the addition of the layer 3 access feature on the google development site. You just need to click the star to add a vote. You don't need to post a specific comment.
That sounds correct.
For a change on that, you would need to work with your SE.
For the RDP client, as mentioned by @spuluka, L3 connectivity needs to be allowed by Google for an installed RDP client to work.
No, this is no longer true. All Samsung devices should support L3 tunnel. You can download a Junos Pulse Samsung client from their app store which supports L3. Other vendors have been adding support as well.