I have configured GP using "On demand" method when I tried to disconnect GP by ran the command (
$globalprotect disconnect should work as expected, have you tried adding 'sudo' or $globalprotect disable ?
@Sethupathi Did you manage to resolve the issue?
I am getting the same error message and even "globalprotect disable" or "disconnect" does not work and returns the message below:
"Unable to establish a new GlobalProtect connection as a GlobalProtect connection is already established from this Linux system by the same user or another user."
I am running the latest 5.1.2 linux app.
The config is definitely set to "on-demand". I did it lot of time, I uninstalled GlobalProtect app, ensured that all files are deleted. Then installed it again, connected to portal and everything works fine. As long as I reboot the machine, it gets back to the error message. Reinstalling fixes it until the next reboot.
This issue persist when not exiting globalprotect prompt-mode properly.
If you enter into the interaction prompt you have to quit it properly (don't use cntl+c <-- if you use cntl+c it'll stopped not quit the process will hang)
you have to kill it using of below command,
PC:~$ ps aux | grep global protect <----- verify the process
then kill it
PC:~$ globalprotect disconnect <-------- if on demand mode
PC:~$ globalprotect disable <-----------if always on mode
PC:~$ globalprotect show --details
PC:~$ globalprotect show --status
To connect use below command,
PC:~$ globalprotect connect --portal <portal ip>
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