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KB40752 - Support for macOS High Sierra (10.13) and known issues
Pulse Secure Article - July 1, 2017
This article provides compatibility details of macOS (10.13) High Sierra with Pulse Secure products
KB40245 - Support for macOS Sierra 10.12 and known issues
Pulse Secure Article - July 21, 2016
This article provides information on support for macOS Sierra 10.12 and known issues with various Pulse Secure client software components and the status of the fix for each.
KB43584 - Mac users intermittently unable to launch RDP connection using HOB Applet to a Win10 remote host with error "A protocol error has occurred. Errorcode: HLJWT502E: Reason: java.lang.Error: invalid device id 0xffffffff"
Pulse Secure Article - December 27, 2017
This article describes an issue that occurs on a Mac using HOB applet to RDP to Windows 10 version 1607 machine where the connection intermittently fails with error: "A protocol error has occurred. Errorcode: HLJWT502E".
KB43768 - Support for macOS Mojave (10.14) / Safari 12 and known issues
Pulse Secure Article - June 6, 2018
This article provides compatibility details of macOS Mojave (10.14) / Safari 12 and known issues.
KB40957 - Java Secure Application Manager (JSAM) and Pulse collaboration fails to launch on macOS High Sierra 10.13
Pulse Secure Article - September 25, 2017
This article describes an issue where JSAM and Pulse collaboration fails to launch and prompts "An error was encountered while download the target application from the secure gateway and could not fetch file" on macOS High Sierra 10.13.
KB44898 - Basic Paths and troubleshooting in Mac OS respective to PSAL and Pulse Desktop Client features
Pulse Secure Article - October 14, 2021
KB44872 - OPSWAT diagnostic tool for Mac will not run on Big Sur machines
Pulse Secure Article - August 18, 2021
KB40117 - When launching the Pulse client on Mac OS X 10.9 or higher results in "Connection Error - Failed to setup Virtual adapter. (Error:1205)
Pulse Secure Article - January 4, 2016
This article describes an issue when Pulse secure fails to launch due to the virtual adapter failing to be setup properly.
KB40873 - Pulse Secure Desktop client intermittently fails with the error message "Authentication Rejected by the server (Error:1308)" for macOS Sierra machines if host checker is enabled.
Pulse Secure Article - August 24, 2017
This article describes an issue where the Pulse Secure Desktop client intermittently fails with the error message "Authentication Rejected by the server (Error:1308)" for macOS Sierra machines if host checker is enabled.
KB44015 - End users may observe kernel panic or Pulse Desktop Client crashing issues on macOS 9.0 and above with Pulse Desktop client version 9.0R1 - 9.0R3.1 installed
Pulse Secure Article - February 12, 2019
This article describes an issue where end users may observe kernel panic Pulse Desktop Client crashing issues on macOS 9.0 and above with Pulse Desktop client version 9.0R1 - 9.0R3.1 installed.
KB15832 - Troubleshooting and recommended logs to identify high or 100% CPU issues
Pulse Secure Article - August 1, 2015
This article provides information about how to troubleshoot and recommended logs to identify high or 100% CPU scenarios with the Pulse Connect Secure (PCS) device.
KB44397 - Troubleshooting High Load and Performance Issues
Pulse Secure Article - March 16, 2020
This article outlines how to identify & troubleshoot High Load and performance on PCS Appliances.
KB41005 - High CPU levels when utilizing HTML5 Access
Pulse Secure Article - November 19, 2017
This article describes an issue where high CPU levels occurs when using the HTML5 access feature.
KB44395 - PDC MAC : Session Extension blocked message on MAC OS 10.15.4 beta
Pulse Secure Article - March 16, 2020
KB22826 - Microsoft DHCP Server shows long MAC address IDs for Network Connect clients instead of MAC address created by virtual adapter on client machine
Pulse Secure Article - March 23, 2017
This article explains why the Microsoft DHCP server shows long MAC address IDs for Network Connect clients, instead of the MAC address created for the virtual adapter.