Hi all, I've marked the main post that gives the full workaround as our accepted Solution.Just for ease of finding for those who come here looking for a way to get VPN backup.
The actual fix will be in PulseSecures next major release per @kita words.
Any idea or roadmap to that by any chance yet?
Just a quick update. If your updating to Fedora 28. You will break your VPN connection. I haven't put much effort into this as of yet. But right now it looks like the xulrunner dependency may also now be an issue?
I'll play a little this week, but as of now, It is a no go.
I have heard through the grapevine that for Fedora 27. This installer should work now. Unsure how to get it though?
I believe it would not work though for Fedora 28 as Fedora 28 now also requires xulrunner to be installed.
With Fedora 28, PS 9.0R1 just need compat-libicu57-57.1-2.fc28.x86_64 to work.
The install of libicu57 looks to work, ill do more testing from home, but I'm sure its good to go. What did you do to figure out the dependency need by chance?
Fedora 28 Ticket and workaround
Have you tried to connect, without installing Pulse VPN client, but using Fedora native VPN client?
Select "Multi-protocol VPN client (openconnect)" which is compatible with Juniper / Pulse, then "Juniper Network Connect" protocol.
It works fine for me. Hope this helps.