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KB44679 - Pulse Client users are unable to login when SAML Embedded Browser is enabled
Last Modified Date
1/15/2021 11:47 PM
This article describes an issue where Pulse Client users are unable to login when SAML Embedded Browser is enabled.
Problem or Goal
Pulse Client users with the embedded browser enabled are unable to login and see the following error:
This issue occurs if the following conditions are met:
End users are using Pulse Client embedded browser for authentication (SAML)
User certificate restrictions are enabled at role level (host checker machine certificate checks are not affected)
This issue is resolved in PCS 9.1R12.
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