It's there a way to hide the windows of global protect if the user can't connect to the portal?.
I need to do this super transparent to the user, now i'm installing the client with this settings:
GlobalProtect.msi /quiet ENABLEADVANCEDVIEW="NO" SHOWAGENTICON="NO" CONNECT-METHOD="pre-logon" CANCHANGEPORTAL="NO" CANPROMPTUSERCREDENTIAL="NO" PORTAL="--portalurl--"
But if the user can't reach the portal a windows saying :""Could not connect to the portal" appears with a button that says "Connect", i need to hide this type of dialogs to the user.
Thanks for your help!!
This topic was already discussed a lot here. In some cases there are solutions and (unfortunately) in other cases there is almost no way to do everything completely transparent to the user. So lets try it this time with your situation ;) But before we recommend you something that does not apply to your environment, I kindly ask you to answer these questions:
Dear sorry for the delay in the answer.
Only appears in connection problems.
So you upgraded to 4.0.3 this week as this version wasn't released when you started this topic, but anyway have you set the same MSIEXEC setting in your portal configuration?
Btw: Does pre logon work with user certificates as they shouldn't be available for the connection prior to login?
Yes user logon works perfectly in pre-logon and later in user logon.
The problem is that when i lost connection or if something blocks the connection to the portal, a screen in the app is showed saying that it is not possible to connect.
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