Disable globalprotect splashscreen?

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L3 Networker

Disable globalprotect splashscreen?

Anyone know of anyway to disable the globalprotect "splash"screen or preventing gloablprotect window from popping up EVERYTIME the user reboots on a mac? I have about 75% of userbase asking for this and haven't seen anyway to do it. Thoughts?

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Re: Disable globalprotect splashscreen?

is your GP configured on-demand or user-logon ?

 

on-demand mode it should remain hidden until a user wants to connect


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L3 Networker

Re: Disable globalprotect splashscreen?

when its not setup or on reboot it pops up. Even if not setup, the splashscreen always frustrates users. How on earth can we have Globaprotect disable the splashscreen on mac? (looking at you Palo GlobalProtect Product team!)

L3 Networker

Re: Disable globalprotect splashscreen?

Sigh - no Paloalto produt team willing to stand up here huh?

Community Manager

Re: Disable globalprotect splashscreen?

AFAIK It's normal for the GlobalProtect client to pop up if it's not configured since it is in 'first use' mode and requires login and portal information to get the config file and then remain quiet

If the agent is then configured in SSO mode or allowed to save credentials, the splash will not show up again until the password is expired for example

 

GlobalProtect resource guide


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