Starting yesterday, I've gotten quite a few Macbook users reporting that their PulseSecure install is prompting them that "pulseSetupDll will damage your computer" Wondering if anyone else has experienced this or knows a fix?
From what I understand, it is just MacOS security flagging older versions of the Pulse Client. However, I'd like to follow along on this subject to see if anyone has anymore info.
I have just updated our appliance to 9.1.R12 and have given our Mac users the latest installer for the client. Will see if that helps and report back.
Having users install 9.1R12 does not seem to resolve the issue, Still getting messages stating Pulse will damage the users Macbook
I have the same issue, out of nowhere I can't use pulse anymore, does any one have a solution for this... I can't work remotely anymore.
How i fixed it:
Open the pulsesecurelauncher in finder, in setting you can chose ✅ avoid security check and it will work again.
Wondering if you can elaborate more on this. I go to "Go-Applications-launch PulseSecure" but then see no option for settings or any options to check a box to bypass security checks.