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TSB44329 - EOL notification for Pulse Secure Steel-Belted Radius (SBR)

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Last Modified Date12/17/2019 2:59 AM
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Product AffectedPulse Secure Steel Belted-Radius (SBR) Software
Alert Description
Pulse Secure LLC is announcing the End of Life Notification (EOLN) for Pulse Secure Steel-Belted Radius (SBR) Enterprise and Global Enterprise software. Effective Dec 31, 2020, the SBR software products will enter End of Life (EOL) and receive limited support on a per-incident, non-contracted basis, at the discretion of Pulse Secure. The software release SBR EE/GE 6.2 has been declared End of Engineering (EOE) on May 23, 2019.

Effective Dec 31, 2020, it will be End of Life (EOL) with software images being removed from Customers with active service and support contracts will continue to receive support from the Pulse Secure Global Customer Success (PSGCS) as per the terms and conditions of customers' service contract and Pulse Secure EOL policy.

Following table shows the products affected by this announcement.
 DescriptionReplacement Product
SBR EE/GE 6.2SBR Enterprise/Global Edition SoftwarePulse Policy Secure

End of Life Timeline for SBR EE/GE 6.2 software release

End of Life NotificationProduct Support Notification release that announces end of life of a product.
End of EngineeringBeyond this date Pulse Secure no longer commits to providing engineering support. Critical must-fix security patches are provided, for an approximate period of 12 months, after this date.2019-12-31
End of Life/End of SupportLast date to receive contracted service for the product. After today, limited support will be offered on a per-incident, non-contracted basis, at the discretion of Pulse Secure.2020-12-31

For more information on Pulse Policy Secure, visit
For more information on EOL product and announcements, visit
The Steel-Belted Radius (SBR) Enterprise and Global Enterprise servers provide robust and reliable AAA/RADIUS solutions for the needs of small through large enterprises, government agencies as well as global organizations. Pulse Secure recommends all customers to migrate to Pulse Policy secure (PPS) which offers similar functionality. In addition to AAA/RADIUS capabilities, Pulse Policy Secure (PPS) provides host checking, integration with external security vendors (Next-Generation Firewalls, SIEMs, and ATP), and high availability compared to SBR.
Alert TypePSN - Product Support Notification
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