If remote users do not have the GlobalProtect
app installed on their endpoints, you can configure Clientless VPN to enable
them to access enterprise web applications securely through the
browser-based Clientless VPN portal. If Clientless VPN users experience
unusual behavior (such as latency and poor network performance)
upon launching a web application, they must be able to identify
the location of the portal to which they are logged in. Starting
with GlobalProtect app 5.0, the Clientless VPN portal now displays
the location of the portal to which Clientless VPN users are logged
in. Clientless VPN users can send this location information to their
support or Help Desk professionals to assist with troubleshooting.
They can also use this location information to determine their proximity
to the portal, which helps them evaluate whether they should try
logging in to a different (closer) portal.
The portal location is displayed only for Clientless VPN users
on the Clientless VPN portal landing page: