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GlobalProtect App 4.1.10 Addressed Issues

The following table lists the issues that are addressed in GlobalProtect™ app 4.1.10.
Issue ID
Description
GPC-8075
Fixed an issue on Windows endpoints where the GlobalProtect HIP process (PanGpHip) caused high CPU usage on the endpoint after users connected to GlobalProtect.
GPC-7968
Fixed an issue in the HIP profile where GlobalProtect was unable to detect Check Point Endpoint Security Full Disk Encryption on Windows 7 endpoints.
GPC-7948
Fixed an issue where Windows 10 users were unable to log in to their endpoints immediately after waking the endpoint up from sleep mode. This issue occurred when latency was high between the Windows Group Policy service and the GlobalProtect credential provider. GlobalProtect used the Windows Group Policy service to enforce the GlobalProtect credential provider as the default credential provider for users logging in to the endpoint through the
Other user
login option. With this fix, GlobalProtect no longer uses the Windows Group Policy service to enforce the GlobalProtect credential provider as the default credential provider.
GPC-7889
Fixed an issue in the HIP profile where GlobalProtect was unable to identify and display the
Real Time Protection
status when Symantec Endpoint Protection ran on Mac endpoints.
GPC-7816
Fixed an issue where, if you configured the GlobalProtect portal to authenticate users through LDAP authentication and the GlobalProtect gateway to authenticate users through SAML authentication, the GlobalProtect app did not include the domain name in usernames sent to the firewall during user-to-IP address mapping.
GPC-7806
Fixed an issue on Windows endpoints where the GlobalProtect HIP process (PanGpHip) maxed out CPU usage on a single CPU core on the endpoint.
GPC-7745
Fixed an issue in the HIP profile where GlobalProtect was unable to identify and display the
Last Full Scan Time
when Trend Micro Titanium ran on Windows and Mac endpoints.
GPC-7744
Fixed an issue in the HIP profile where GlobalProtect was unable to detect Bitdefender Internet Security 2019 on Windows endpoints.
GPC-7485
Fixed an issue on the GlobalProtect app for Windows endpoints where users received a script error when authenticating to the GlobalProtect portal or gateway using SAML authentication.
GPC-7355
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app did not provide the option to clear the SAML assertion cache. With this fix, users can sign out of the app to clear their associated SAML assertion cache.

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