KB40126 - How to use the Pulse Secure Linux CLI client.
KB40237 - System proxy support for Pulse Secure Linux client for CLI and non-CLI versions
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KB40514 - How to configure certificate authentication with Pulse Desktop Client for Linux
KB44145 - Supportability for IPv6 on Pulse Desktop Client for Linux
KB44971 - How to completely uninstall/remove Pulse Secure Client on Linux
KB40111 - Pulse Secure Linux client does not support multiple authentication servers
KB43943 - Support for Ubuntu 18.10 with Pulse Secure Desktop client (Linux)
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KB45167 - TOTP support for Linux CLI
Last Modified Date
6/23/2022 3:58 AM
TOTP/MFA support for Linux CLI is described in this article.
Problem or Goal
When user tried to connect VPN via command line , there is no option to enter TOTP as second factor authetnication.
TOTP/MFA through command line is not yet supported on Linux.
KB40499 - Support Process for Enhancement Request (ER).
Shubham Kumar Sinha
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