Thanks for your assistance. After much research, it came down to an issue with how rails authenticates sessions at different web pages. Because the site is only used internally and users must authenticate before getting to the attachment upload page, we were able to safely disable re-authentication during the POST request in order to bypass the error we were getting. We no longer receive the error through pulse after disabling the authenticity token check for the attachment controller on the redmine site as found here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1177863/how-do-i-ignore-the-authenticity-token-for-specific-actions-in-rails Yay
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I'm trying to troubleshoot an issue with uploading attachments to our internal Redmine site through Pulse VPN. The upload form works internally, but when going through the pulse website, I keep getting a 422 webpage status with an "Invalid form authenticity token" error. It appears that when a user reaches the attachment upload page, their login status to the redmine site is no longer active and they need to sign in again. When scrubbing through the network log on my browser during troubleshooting, I'm finding the 422 web page status occuring during a POST method with the following details (private information has been replaced): redacted I've been playing with the autopolicies for the web bookmark in the Junos Pulse Secure Access Service web UI, but can't seem to get past this error. I've tested many forms of caching, Java Access Control, and Single sign-on settings for the bookmark as well as using Chrome, IE, & Firefox to troubleshoot. I'm not too familiar with how these sorts of bookmarks requiring separate credentials are handled in Pulse, so any help or insight would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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