@bobco Pulse client will attempt to reconnect after the max session length got expired as Connect automatically and Reconnect at Session Timeout or Deletion is enabled on the connection set. To prevent pulse client to connect you need to uncheck both these option. Navigate to Users->Pulse secure client -> connections-> (Connection name) ->scroll down to connections and open the policy ->scroll down to connection is established and uncheck connect automatically and Reconnect at Session Timeout or Deletion. Or you can use session extension feature as suggested by [email protected]... View more
@BigDaddy68 If config has split tunnel disabled. Check the behavior with Pulse client 9.1R10, which fixes the issue. Please perform deep clean if you have older pulse client version installed, then install 9.1R10 Steps for Deep clean process Deep clean process: a) Go to Control Panel/Programs and Features and remove all the Juniper/Pulse Secure components from there. b) In C drive go to C:\Program Files and remove Juniper Networks/Pulse Secure folder. c) Go to C:\ProgramData and delete Pule Secure folder d) Go to C:\Program Files\Common Files and remove Juniper Networks/Pulse Secure folder. e) In C drive go to C:\Users\CurrentUser\AppData\Roaming and remove Juniper Networks/Pulse Secure folder. f) In C drive go to C:\Users\CurrentUser\AppData\Local and remove Juniper Networks/Pulse Secure folder. g) In C drive go to C:\Users\CurrentUser\AppData\Local\Temp and remove all the temp files. h) In C drive go to C:\Users\Public and remove Juniper Networks/Pulse Secure folder. i) Check if any Juniper Networks/Pulse Secure adapter is present in the machine if yes, remove it manually. To remove the Juniper/Pulse Secure adapter go to Control Panel/Device Manager/Network adapters uninstall all the Juniper/Pulse Secure and third party adapters if any. j) Open registry and delete the Juniper/Pulse Secure folders from the below location: On 32 bit machines: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Juniper Networks\ HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Pulse Secure\ On 64 bit machines: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Juniper Networks\ HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Pulse Secure\ Also remove the Juniper/Pulse Secure folder from the below location: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Juniper Networks HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Pulse Secure\ k) Remove all the files from the location C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files.
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@tkrjukoff Debug log file location - C:\ProgramData\Pulse Secure\Logging or You can save the logs from the pulse client , open the zip file and navigate to Logs->Program Data - Debug log. For Machine authentication, make sure you have only one machine certificate installed on the PC.
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If you already have a connection profile on your Pulse client and if some changes is made in client configuration, then either you can use web session for cofiguration update or use Jamcommand to push the configuration.
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