Thank you for your answer. I think your answer is correct. But it doesn't work in my case. I have tried running the command and found that it asked about the Realm but all I have is Server URL, Username and Password. In addition the server also requires an OTP to connect. These screenshots are from macOS: https://i.imgur.com/IdNpPqI.png https://i.imgur.com/5fGSBsA.png I tried to find out more about Pulse Secure and OTP but couldn't find much. Now I'm not sure if this is the original Pulse Secure application or a modified version. And is it still possible to run it through the " pulselauncher" command? Thank you in advance.
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I'm using Debian GNU/Linux 10 (buster) and ps-pulse-linux-9.1r10. I have successfully installed the package via .deb file using: dpkg -i ps-pulse-linux-9.1r10.0-b5655-64-bit-installer.deb and I can see the service it running: systemctl | grep running
pulsesecure.service loaded active running pulsesecure service Daemon Then I try to run it by following this guide in section Launch the Command Line Client but I couldn't find PulseClient.sh file and there is no /usr/local/pulse directory. I can only find the pulse secure package in /opt/pulsesecure which have 3 more subdirectories, bin, lib, and resource and here is list of files in bin: cefBrowser cefSubProcess certificate_installer.sh jamCommand LogsAndDiagnostics.sh pulselauncher pulsesecure pulseUI setup_cef.sh startup.sh I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. So my question is How do I run pulse secure via command line? Thank you in advance.
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