Pulse desktop is unable to suppress any wireless profile deployed via GPO. Any wireless profile suppressed by something other than Pulse can not be launched by Pulse.
The presence of any wireless polices deployed via GPO will prevent Pulse from suppressing wireless at all, even those profiles not deployed via GPO, other errors may also occur.
There is a simple way to determine if a wireless profile was deployed via GPO. In the Pulse debug zip file go to the Network directory and open the netshwlan.txt file and scroll down to Show Profiles
============================= SHOW PROFILES ===========================
Profiles on interface Wireless Network Connection:
Group policy profiles (read only)
As you can see in the example above the wireless profile Test was deployed via GPO.
To determine if there are any wireless policies present on a workstation check for the presence of the following registry key:
If present there is likely a wireless policy on the device. From a command line, you may use the following command to export all the GPO data to a text file for review:
gpresult /v >C:\gpoexport.txt