I recently found out about Pulse Secure/Juniper support for Linux and was happy. I got even more exicted when I read about the support of OpenConnect VPN client for Pulse Connect Secure. But my joy was only for a short time:
It is great that there is support for Linux. But please let it be developed by somebody who knows the world of Linux. Provide a small CLI-application which works in all scenarios, or even better, work on the integration in OpenConnect - don't use Webkit. Please stop forcing users to stick to old distributions/dependencies etc. Debian, CentOS, Readhat, Ubuntu and especially Fedora are good distributions, but there is much more like Arch Linux, Gentoo, LFS, Slackwave, Linux Mint, Neon, ... some of them even don't have version numbers which can become outdated (like Ubuntu).
I really look forward to the next release (or even a final 9.0) with a support for at least Ubuntu 18.04.
I've done some work to find if pulse has changed there policies about Gnu/linux OS's.
I'am wondering if you did had some responds from the support and if they came with a solution to support latest versions with the good packages in recent versions of Ubuntu or redHat for exemple.
Thank you for your respond.
Please can someone help me out with this. It's 2020 and I still can't connect to Pulse Secure VPN from my Arch Linux. Any tutorials, Stack Overflow or documentation links will be helpful.