This article describes an issue with TLS handshake with RC4 is not supported on Windows 8.1 with Internet Explorer 11 browser (MS KB2868725)
Problem or Goal
If the connection setting is set to "Accept only TLS" and the custom cipher suite selection is set to use "RC4" only, the message "Page cannot be displayed" will appear when accessing the Pulse Connect Secure device with Internet Explorer 11 browser on Windows 8.1.
The issue occurs because Windows 8.1 no longer supports RC4 cipher suites. Windows 7 and XP operating system will no longer support RC4 if Microsoft update MS KB2868725 is installed.
On a Wireshark capture you will be able to see the Fatal, Description: Handshake failure.
With the following configuration, the cipher suites below are accepted by Pulse Connect Secure device.
However, cipher suites (RC4 with TLS handshake) are no longer supported on Windows 8.1 with Internet Explorer 11 browsers. Also, this will apply to Windows 7 and XP operating systems if Microsoft update MS KB2868725 is installed.
Pulse Secure recommends enabling AES/3DES (168-bit) and AES (128-bit) cipher suites under System > Configuration > Security > SSLOptions.
The following link at Microsoft technet will provide instructions on how to disable RC4, as it is not supported on the latest browsers.