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KB44519 - How to Fix the Issue 'Android Always-On: VPN Doesn't Reconnect Automatically after Restart'?
Last Modified Date
7/8/2020 10:42 PM
How to Fix the Issue 'Android Always-On: VPN Doesn't Reconnect Automatically after Restart'?
This page describes how to fix the issue when VPN does not reconnect automatically when an Android device is configured in Android Always-On mode.
Problem or Goal
In Android Always-On mode, the VPN does not reconnect automatically after restart. This is affected in client 9.0.2 (r573026.6) or below on Android P (and above).
This issue will be fixed in next release.
This KB will be updated once the fix is available.
Deep Ravjibhai Patel
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