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KB44610 - Pulse iOS Client : External release of 9.11.0 Pulse iOS Beta Client

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Last Modified Date3/22/2022 9:37 AM

Pulse iOS Client : External release of 9.11.0 Pulse iOS Beta Client

Pulse Secure thanks our registered beta testers for Pulse Secure iOS client. Our beta testers are an exclusive community who gets to see all the new Secure Access innovation early. Their active participation is  important as they get to validate the upcoming release in the deployments, and provide early feedback to Pulse Secure, on ways Pulse can improve the experience for you and your user base.

This article provides information about the external release of Pulse iOS beta client 9.11.0.
Problem or Goal
1. When does Pulse Secure plan to release the 9.11.0 Pulse iOS client ?

Pulse Secure is planning to release iOS Pulse Client 9.11.0 to production (App Store) during the last week of April, 2022 (Tentative)

2. How do you apply for beta program ?

If not registered already, interested users and organizations can register for the beta program by sending an e-mail to using your Apple ID & Organization Name.

3. If I find an issue, will Pulse Secure support assist ?

Yes, during beta testing, if any issue is found, you can send an e-mail to with description of the issue and supporting data like a video, steps to replicate issue, screenshots and Pulse client logs.

4. When does Pulse Secure plan to release the external beta Client 9.11.0 for iOS?

Pulse Secure has released the iOS 9.11.0 beta client for testing on 21st March 2022.

Note:  Beta closes on 4th April 2022.

The key highlights of this release are:


  • PIOS-4727  - Host Checker support for iOS VOD Per-App VPN


  • PIOS-2850 - [iOS] Handle the CNAME Record for resources for PZT

Known Issues:

  • PIOS-5030  - CNAME Resource is tunnelled only when it's defined as *
  • PIOS-5054 - 9.11.0 iOS: "Pulse secure would like to find and connect to devices on your local network" Notification prompts for the very first time, when client proxy is enabled.
  • PIOS-5026 - L4 Per-App VPN indefinitely goes into connecting state when HC policy failed
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