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GlobalProtect App 4.1.9 Addressed Issues

The following table lists the issues that are addressed in GlobalProtect™ app 4.1.9.
Issue ID
Description
GPC-7934
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app for Linux halted intermittently on endpoints running Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7.5.
GPC-7887
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app for Chrome OS displayed an empty screen on initial launch following a reboot or a logout and login.
GPC-7876
Fixed an issue where, in some instances, users could change the portal address on the GlobalProtect app even if you set the
Allow User to Change Portal Address
option to
No
in the portal agent configuration.
GPC-7866
Fixed an issue where, if you configured split tunneling on the GlobalProtect gateway, the GlobalProtect service (PanGPS) halted suddenly if an endpoint had more than 512 entries in its host file. When this issue occurred, the GlobalProtect app was unable to connect to the gateway.
With this fix, the host file now supports up to 1024 entries. In addition, PanGPS will no longer halt suddenly if a user configures more than 1024 entries in the host file.
GPC-7819
Fixed an issue where, if you configured the GlobalProtect gateway to authenticate users through two-factor authentication and you enabled both the GlobalProtect portal and gateway to generate and accept authentication cookies, the GlobalProtect app entered a connection loop if the portal was unreachable and the authentication cookie expired.
GPC-7798
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app for Windows 10 UWP endpoints halted when users connected to and then disconnected from GlobalProtect multiple times consecutively.
GPC-7767
Fixed an issue where, if you configured GlobalProtect to support dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) connections and route all endpoint traffic through the VPN tunnel (full-tunneling), the GlobalProtect app permitted inbound local IPv6 subnet access.
GPC-7724
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app caused Windows endpoints to halt suddenly due to a LogonUI.exe error.
GPC-7667
Fixed an issue where GlobalProtect did not reperform network discovery for pre-logon when you set the
pre-logon-tunnel-rename-timeout
to
0
and pre-logon tunnels did not exist on the internal network.
GPC-7651
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app for Mac endpoints incorrectly displayed the default help page when you configured a custom help page on the GlobalProtect portal.
GPC-7646
Fixed an issue where, if you configured the GlobalProtect app to save user credentials, the app incorrectly prompted users to enter their credentials when they connected to a Windows endpoint through the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).
GPC-7625
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app for Mac endpoints did not accept DUO authentication cookies for multi-factor authentication.
GPC-7617
Fixed an issue on Windows endpoints where, if you configured authentication override settings to enable the GlobalProtect portal or gateway to generate and accept encrypted cookies for user authentication, users were incorrectly prompted to enter their credentials on the GlobalProtect app if their Windows username included a Norwegian character.
GPC-7576
Fixed an issue where DNS suffixes were populated on the virtual network adapter of the endpoint when the GlobalProtect app connected to a gateway without a DNS suffix configuration.
GPC-7550
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect HIP notification popup displayed notifications for the previously connected gateway instead of the currently connected gateway.
GPC-7536
Fixed an issue where GlobalProtect gateway authentication using LDAP failed when passwords contained the "<" character.
GPC-7371
Fixed an issue on Windows endpoints where users were unable to authenticate to GlobalProtect using SAML authentication because the GlobalProtect app automatically used credentials from the previous SAML assertion. When this issue occurred, users were not provided an option to enter the correct credentials on the app.
GPC-7109
Fixed an issue where Windows endpoints were unable to connect to internal gateways after waking up from sleep mode.
GPC-6876
Fixed an issue on endpoints managed by Microsoft Intune where the GlobalProtect app was unable to establish a connection when the endpoint name and endpoint username were the same.

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