Not AV in my case. I actually don't lose network connectivity, I lose DNS and connectivity to where the VPN is. When you're connected to the VPN, DNS comes from across the tunnel and therefore, that stops working. GP says you're still connected the entire time. I also can easily trigger it by mapping an SMB share. It maps, I go to open the first folder level and it's over.
I can even add that it doesn't happen on a full tunnel VPN, only split-tunnel VPN and I have replaced our firewalls since we started having the problem (had a 3020, went with 850). GP version doesn't matter, I've used dozen's of different versions since this came out, and I've even disabled IPv6 as I found on a forum and didn't have any luck.
I'm sure there are other things I'll remember and post here. I'm really interested in a solution, but not had time to call Palo and spend hours and hours on the phone when it only affects Macs (and we only have 6 mac's, and I'm the only one that access SMB shares).
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