When attempting to log-in to GlobalProtect, a user will hit the enter key and the the username/password disappear. They have to physically click login

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When attempting to log-in to GlobalProtect, a user will hit the enter key and the the username/password disappear. They have to physically click login

L0 Member

Hello,

 

As the title says: when attempting to log-in to GlobalProtect, a user will hit the enter key and the the username/password disappear. They have to physically click login and it'll work. We leverage DUO authentication as well but it only acts like this for GlobalProtect signon. I'm curious if this is a bug or if there is some sort of regedit we could apply

 

GP Version: 5.2.10-6

Windows 10 x64bit

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

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We've noticed the same issue since upgrading to 5.2.10-6. The situation was quite confusing at first, until we saw your post and had users carefully take note of how they were proceeding from the username/password page. We also use DUO authentication, but like you have only noticed issues with the GP username/pswd page, not the DUO auth page.

L0 Member

We are basically seeing the same thing with 5.2.11. We are using Shibboleth and DUO for authentication. When a user types in their credentials for the shib authentication and hit enter they get the generic shib error about possibly hitting the back button. If the user clicks on the "Login" button instead of hitting the enter key authentication works and they are presented with their MFA challenge. 

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