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global protect client - config refresh test and verify

Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Is there any way i can test and verify the config refresh  time in global protect client running 4.1.4?

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(T4032) 11/02/18 01:53:29:201 Debug(7120): RefreshPortalConfig is yes, RefreshPortalConfigInterval is 1 hours

 

(T4032) 11/02/18 02:53:33:170 Info ( 438): msgtype = refresh-configuration

 

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how about setting the refresh rate to 1 hour and "allow user to disable GP" = disallow

 

connect via GP to get new app config.

 

leave device connected and then modify "allow user to disable GP" = allow

 

stay connected for 1 hour and see if you have the option to disable the client.

giving it a test

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yeah me too... set it off justr after 3 so will update,,,, gonna check the logs also to see if it is mentioned in there...

cool.... disable option is now visible...

 

and the log says...   msgtype = refresh-configuration

 

and tunnel stayed connected.

for we it did not work

i end the process and killed the process

 

same thing

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where u see this log

 

msgtype ?

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from collected logs on the GP client.

pangps log

 

 

 

(T4032) 11/02/18 01:53:29:201 Debug(7120): RefreshPortalConfig is yes, RefreshPortalConfigInterval is 1 hours

 

(T4032) 11/02/18 02:53:33:170 Info ( 438): msgtype = refresh-configuration

 

Thanks for helping me out.

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