Addressed Issues in GlobalProtect App 5.1

See the list of addressed issues in GlobalProtect app 5.1 for Android, iOS, Chrome, Windows, Windows 10 UWP, macOS, and Linux.
The following topic describes the issues addressed in GlobalProtect app 5.1 for Android, iOS, Chrome, Windows, Windows 10 UWP, macOS, and Linux.

GlobalProtect App 5.1.6 Addressed Issues (Windows, macOS, and Linux)

The following table lists the issues that are addressed in GlobalProtect app 5.1.6 for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Issue ID
Description
GPC-11538
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on macOS devices running macOS Catalina, the GlobalProtect service restarted after a system reboot or when users logged out and logged in to the endpoint.
GPC-11527
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows endpoints and split tunnel was configured based on the application, handle leaks were observed by the GlobalProtect service.
GPC-11466
Fixed an issue on Windows 10 endpoints where the Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) application experienced high latency when users established a GlobalProtect connection.
GPC-11452
Fixed an issue where when the GlobalProtect app was enabled to
Collect HIP Data
in the GlobalProtect portal agent configuration, the GlobalProtect HIP process activated the subprocess (PanGpHipMp.exe) even when the
Patch Management
category was excluded.
GPC-11402
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows endpoints, the app was disconnected from the VPN tunnel after the pre-logon tunnel grace period expired even when users logged in to the endpoint and the pre-logon tunnel was successfully renamed. This issue occurred when two-factor authentication (2FA) was used.
GPC-11392
Fixed an issue where when the GlobalProtect app was installed on macOS devices, the network extensions were not loaded successfully after a system reboot.
GPC-11365
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Linux, the GlobalProtect client hangs after the session timed out.
GPC-11269
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on macOS devices running macOS Catalina, the app was unable to establish a pre-logon tunnel.
GPC-11268
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows endpoints, the pan_gp_event.log file displayed the date in a different format when compared to the GlobalProtect agent and GlobalProtect service logs.
GPC-11257
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app failed to connect to the portal or gateway in the Prisma Access network when the client machine was connected only to the IPv6 network.
GPC-11233
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app failed to connect to the portal when the client machine was behind the proxy and the DNS server was not able to resolve the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the portal.
GPC-11183
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect HIP check did not detect real-time protection for Traps version 4.2.2.
GPC-11175
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect driver caused the Blue Screen of Death errors on Windows endpoints when the third-party antivirus software was installed on the system.
GPC-11134
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app did not prevent users from dismissing the welcome page even when the
Allow User to Dismiss Welcome Page
option was set to
No
.
GPC-11090
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Linux, users were not able to authenticate through SAML authentication when Microsoft Azure was used as the identity provider (ldP).
GPC-11084
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was connected on Linux endpoints, the DNS content was removed from the
resolv.conf
file found in the
/etc
folder because the network was interrupted.
GPC-11074
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows endpoints, the HIP report did not contain
Anti-Malware
information for the CrowdStrike Falcon application.
GPC-10681
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect HIP check did not detect the status as “enabled” in the
Firewall
setting for the F-Secure Client Security software.
GPC-11050
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app tried to establish a connection without a user initiated connection even when the connect method was set to
Pre-logon then On-demand
.
GPC-11038
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Linux, the domain name of the Linux device was not displayed in the
Domain
field of the HIP report.
GPC-11037
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on macOS endpoints and running the Blackberry Workspaces app, the GlobalProtect app stopped running.
GPC-10980
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app sometimes displayed the notifications in the system tray even when the
Show System Tray Notifications
option was set to
No
.
GPC-10963
Fixed an issue where split tunnel rules based on destination domain was applied to Windows and macOS endpoints even with an invalid GlobalProtect license.
GPC-10960
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows 10 endpoints and when users initiated the pre-logon connection, the
GlobalProtect Connect
button did not display in the Windows logon screen.
GPC-10899
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app was not able to establish a tunnel because the third-party software delayed enabling the virtual adapter used by GlobalProtect.
GPC-10454
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on macOS endpoints, the HIP report included
Disk Backup
information that contained invalid characters in the
version
attribute for the MEGAsync application.
GPC-9982
Fixed an issue, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on macOS endpoints running macOS Catalina 10.15 or later and HIP checks were enabled, the macOS endpoint displayed additional pop-ups to the user when GlobalProtect requested to access your Desktop, Documents, and Downloads folders.

GlobalProtect App 5.1.5 Addressed Issues (Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android)

The following table lists the issues that are addressed in GlobalProtect app 5.1.5 for Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android.
Issue ID
Description
GPC-11148
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Android endpoints, client certificate authentication failed even when a valid client certificate was present.
GPC-11101
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on macOS devices running macOS Catalina 10.15.4 or later and split tunnel was configured based on the application, file handle leaks were detected after a few weeks of usage.
GPC-11062
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Linux, connection to the portal went through the proxy server even when the portal address was included in the no proxy list.
GPC-11049
Fixed a rare issue where the PanGPS log file was not rotated and it caused the PanGPS.log file to consume a large amount of disk space.
GPC-11003
Fixed an issue where, when the
No direct access to local network
option was enabled for split tunnel traffic on macOS Catalina 10.15.4 endpoints, some local network traffic leaked through the physical interface.
GPC-10969
Fixed an issue where, when the HIP report incorrectly displayed the
Real-Time Protection
status of the
Heimdal Thor Agent Anti-Malware
as
no
instead of
yes
.
GPC-10955
Fixed an issue where the HIP report incorrectly displayed the
Real-Time Protection
status of the ESET Antivirus as
no
instead of
yes
.
GPC-10952
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app was not able to authenticate to the internal gateway even when the FQDN specified in the
DHCP Option 43 Code
and associated IP address were resolved correctly.
GPC-10933
Fixed an issue where the GlobapProtect app included a default route with a metric that was less than the system default route when split tunnel based on the destination domain was configured as inclusions. This issue caused traffic to leak through the tunnel.
GPC-10921
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows and connected to the gateway that had split tunnel configured based on the domain and application, traffic sent through the tunnel stopped for a few minutes even when GlobalProtect was still connected.
GPC-10919
Fixed an issue where, when data was not exchanged between the GlobalProtect service and GlobalProtect agent for more than 2 hours because the TCP connection was not validated and blocked. This issue caused GlobalProtect to fail.
GPC-10890
Fixed an issue where the
Kaspersky Endpoint Security Virus Definition Date
in the GlobalProtect HIP report did not match the actual date of the definition in the antivirus software.
GPC-10886
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app failed to retrieve the client configuration that was defined in the portal using the configuration selection criteria when the Common Name (CN) of the certificate contained special characters.
GPC-10879
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on macOS devices running macOS Catalina 10.15.4, the app was unable to connect to the gateway after a reboot of the GlobalProtect client.
GPC-10864
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app in pre-logon mode tried to connect to the portal every five seconds when the pre-logon cookie authentication expired. With this fix, the app does not retry the connection to the portal until after 30 minutes.
GPC-10820
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect client failed to refresh the portal configuration after 1 hour even though the
refresh-config-interval
value was set to 1 hour. This issue occurred when the user tunnel was established after pre-logon with the
Pre-Logon-Tunnel-Rename-Timeout
value was set to 0.
GPC-10763
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows, the app did not connect to the preferred gateway after a system reboot.
GPC-10752
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows, the app retained the tunnel after switching Windows users even when the
GlobalProtect Tunnel Preservation on User Logout
value was set to 0.
GPC-10497
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect HIP check did not correctly detect real-time protection and the Windows Defender version on Windows endpoints, which caused the endpoints to fail the HIP check.
GPC-10422
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect HIP check did not detect real-time protection for Traps version 6.1.x and 7.0.x.
GPC-9594
Fixed an issue where, when the gateway was configured to include split tunnel traffic based on the destination domain, some packets still leaked through the physical adapter.

GlobalProtect App 5.1.4 Addressed Issues (Windows, macOS, Windows 10 UWP, Linux, Android, and iOS)

The following table lists the issues that are addressed in GlobalProtect app 5.1.4 for Windows, Windows 10 UWP, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS.
Issue ID
Description
GPC-10843
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on iOS endpoints, the app did not automatically reconnect to the external gateway when users moved from the internal network to the external network.
GPC-10818
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on macOS devices, the HIP process restarted multiple times.
GPC-10785
Fixed an issue where the
Only with User Fingerprint
option was enabled on the GlobalProtect client even though this option was not configured on the portal.
GPC-10745
Fixed an issue where authentication to the GlobalProtect gateway failed as the challenge response for multi-factor authentication was sent to the portal and not to the gateway. This issue occurred when the pre-logon tunnel was not renamed to the user tunnel and the user tried to authenticate to the gateway. With this fix, GlobalProtect authentication is now successful.
GPC-10736
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect client on macOS endpoints did not select the client certificate when the certificate did not have the client authentication enabled for the
Extended Key Usage
.
GPC-10682
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Linux,
domain.com
was sent in the HIP profile instead of the correct domain.
GPC-10679
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on macOS, the GlobalProtect client tried to connect to the portal after the installation when the
On-Demand
connect method was defined in the property list (plist).
GPC-10665
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows using Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) authentication and the
Allow user to Sign Out from GlobalProtect App
option was set to
Yes
, the username and
Sign Out
button were not displayed on the app even when the
Save User Credentials
option was set to
No
.
GPC-10649
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Linux, GlobalProtect failed to send an XML compliant HIP report to the firewall.
GPC-10619
Fixed an issue where the
GlobalProtect Refresh Connection
window displayed the wrong French characters when the system language was French.
GPC-10591
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows, the app failed to download the software from the portal when the proxy auto-configuration files were used.
GPC-10590
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows UWP, the app failed to connect to the portal or gateway when multi-factor authentication (MFA) was used.
GPC-10580
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect client failed to authenticate to the Prisma Access gateway when multi-factor authentication was used.
GPC-10575
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on macOS devices running macOS Catalina 10.15.4, the app restarted multiple times and was not able to connect to the gateway.
GPC-10566
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows, the
Pre-logon then On-demand
connect method did not work properly. When you set the
Pre-logon Tunnel Rename Timeout
value to 0, GlobalProtect established a user tunnel after users logged in to the endpoint instead of remaining disconnected (On-Demand mode).
GPC-10565
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Linux, the app did not send the complete HIP report due to many missing patch management entries and caused parsing issues on the gateway.
GPC-10553
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows in On-Demand mode, the app was disconnected from the tunnel, and the HIP report was not sent to the gateway even when the gateway was selected manually after the device reboot.
GPC-10542
Fixed an issue where users were prompted to enter their credentials on the GlobalProtect app 5.0.9 every time their macOS device running macOS Catalina 10.15.3 reboots.
GPC-10477
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect HIP check did not detect real-time protection for Traps version 7.0.1 on Windows 10 endpoints, which caused the endpoints to fail the HIP check.
GPC-10469
Fixed an issue on Windows endpoints where, if the GlobalProtect app is configured with the
Pre-logon (Always On) Connect Method
and users disable the app and reboot their endpoint, the pre-logon tunnel is up after they login.
GPC-10338
Fixed an issue where, after you upgraded the GlobalProtect app from 5.0.x release to 5.1.1 release on Windows endpoints, the username displayed Chinese characters instead of English characters.
GPC-10295
Fixed an issue where, when a split tunnel based on the destination domain was configured on macOS Catalina 10.15.4 endpoints, all Safari-based traffic and all Mac App Store-based traffic that were defined in the split tunnel configuration were dropped. The same issue also occurred when you configured a split tunnel based on the applications downloaded from the Mac App Store. All traffic that was created for the configured applications were dropped. With this fix, traffic defined in the split tunnel configuration will not be dropped using Safari.
GPC-10241
Fixed an issue where the grace period decreased and GlobalProtect is disconnected even after gateway authentication was successful for the switch to the new user.
GPC-10200
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Android devices, the app failed to reconnect and continued to stay in connecting state. Users had to close and launch the app to establish the connection.
GPC-9992
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect HIP process (PanGpHip) on Windows endpoints caused high CPU usage on the endpoint even when users remain idle.

GlobalProtect App 5.1.3 Addressed Issues (Windows and macOS)

The following table lists the issues that are addressed in GlobalProtect app 5.1.3 for Windows and macOS.
Issue ID
Description
GPC-10574
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows with a different language other than English (for example, Spanish), the GlobalProtect agent was continuously restarted.
GPC-10535
Fixed an issue where, after you upgraded the GlobalProtect app from 5.0.x release to 5.1.1 release on a macOS device, users were prompted to re-enter their password even when the saved password was set to
Yes
. With this fix, users will not be prompted to re-enter their password after the upgrade. For GlobalProtect to access user credentials from the login keychain, the following Keychain Pop-Up message will appear:
GlobalProtect wants to use your confidential information stored in "GlobalProtect" in your keychain.
Users are prompted to enter their password and then select
Always Allow
so that the Keychain Pop-Up prompt does not appear again.
GPC-10468
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Windows, two OpenSSL DLL files in 64-bit were not signed by a Palo Alto Networks certificate. This issue caused a problem for some endpoint protection applications.
GPC-10403
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app for macOS was disabled and the
Disable Timeout (min)
value expired, GlobalProtect could reconnect and user credentials were not preserved.
GPC-10395
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app for macOS version 5.1.1 could not be properly installed because the GlobalProtect service failed to launch.
GPC-10380
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app on macOS displayed the following error message when all the gateways were configured as
Manual Only
priority:
Could not connect to Gateway, Contact your IT administrator
With this fix, the app now displays the following message:
Please select a gateway to connect manually
GPC-10341
Fixed an issue on Windows endpoints where, after the endpoint woke up from sleep mode, the GlobalProtect app was disconnected and then attempted to reconnect to the portal or gateway.
GPC-10311
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on macOS and Windows, cookie authentication was successful even when the wrong password was used and GlobalProtect was still connected after users sign out of the app. With this fix, authentication cookies are now deleted from the system when users sign out of the app.
GPC-10288
Fixed an issue where, when GlobalProtect was installed using the Windows Installer (Msiexec) with on-demand as the connect method, GlobalProtect automatically tried to connect to the portal.
GPC-10261
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app displayed the customized
Captive Portal Detection Message
in the wrong format when a different language was used other than English.
GPC-10227
Fixed a connectivity issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed for macOS Catalina, the GlobalProtect connection was periodically lost.
GPC-10228
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app detected the presence of a captive portal even though it was not present.
GPC-10118
Fixed a periodic issue where the GlobalProtect tunnel failed to be restored after waking up from sleep mode. This issue occurred when on-demand was used as the connect method.
GPC-10024
Fixed an issue where, after upgrading to GlobalProtect 5.0.6, the GlobalProtect HIP check did not detect that Symantec Endpoint Protection 14.2 real-time protection was enabled, which caused the device to fail the HIP check.
GPC-10190
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app on macOS failed to find the correct certificate for authentication to the gateway, when the object identifier (OID) was specified in the plist.
With this fix, when you provide the Key Usage OID in the plist, the GlobalProtect app uses the correct certificate.
GPC-9913
Fixed an issue where the portal configuration selection criteria failed when the certificate was signed with the version 2 template.
GPC-9779
Fixed an issue that caused the GlobalProtect app to install a default route with the same metric as the system default route, when split-tunneling based on access route and destination domain was enabled. This issue caused some excluded traffic to go through the tunnel.
GPC-9730
Fixed an issue where GlobalProtect failed to connect to the external gateway when the proxy was not reachable outside of the corporate network until the GlobalProtect service or the desktop was restarted.
GPC-9500
Fixed an issue in GlobalProtect for macOS endpoints where installing or upgrading the package using a Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution such as JAMF Pro resulted in a GlobalProtect app initialization failure.

GlobalProtect App 5.1.3 Addressed Issues (iOS Only)

The following table lists the issues that are addressed in GlobalProtect app 5.1.3 for iOS.
Issue ID
Description
GPC-10334
Fixed an issue with the GlobalProtect app on iOS that occurred when two VPN profiles (one device-level VPN profile and one per-app VPN profile) were pushed from the mobile device management (MDM) server. This issue occurred when users initiated the per-App VPN connection using one iOS app that was on the allow list. The GlobalProtect app displayed the status as “Disconnected” and the app did not respond to
TAP TO CONNECT
. This prevented users from disconnecting from the per-App tunnel and establishing a device-level VPN tunnel.
GPC-10303
Fixed an issue where, when GlobalProtect was installed on iOS endpoints, the GlobalProtect app displayed the
Can’t end Background Task
error message from the GlobalProtect agent logs. This issue occurred periodically when
TAP TO CONNECT
was used to establish the GlobalProtect connection from the home screen.
GPC-10229
Fixed an issue where, when GlobalProtect was installed on iOS endpoints, the GlobalProtect app failed to perform a successful network discovery when there was a region mismatch between the portal and the gateway.
GPC-9135
Fixed an issue where, when GlobalProtect was installed on iOS devices, the GlobalProtect app did not display a specific notification message when the GlobalProtect session has timed out.

GlobalProtect App 5.1.2 Addressed Issues (Android, Windows 10 UWP, and Linux)

The following table lists the issues that are addressed in GlobalProtect app 5.1.2 for Android, Windows 10 UWP, and Linux.
Issue ID
Description
GPC-10444
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect Android app was installed on Chromebooks, the GlobalProtect app failed to connect to the tunnel because GlobalProtect was not running.
GPC-10370
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was installed on Android endpoints, the app hangs and the VPN connection failed to be restored. This issue occurred when users switch from an external network to an internal network after the
Automatic Restoration of VPN Connection Timeout
option was set to
Yes
.
GPC-10362
Fixed an issue where client certificate authentication was failing on Android 10 devices even when the certificate was manually selected.
GPC-10348
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect app was upgraded to 5.1.1 on an Android device, the client could no longer connect to the gateway with the custom port configuration.
GPC-9135
Fixed an issue where, when GlobalProtect was installed on Android devices, the GlobalProtect app did not display a specific notification message when the GlobalProtect session has timed out.

GlobalProtect App 5.1.2 Addressed Issues (iOS Only)

The following table lists the issues that are addressed in GlobalProtect app 5.1.2 for iOS.
Issue ID
Description
GPC-10011
Fixed a graphical user interface issue with the GlobalProtect app that occurred when the device-level VPN profile and the per-app VPN profile were pushed from the mobile device management (MDM) server. This issue occurred when users initiated the VPN connection from the iOS VPN settings (
Settings
General
VPN
), and the GlobalProtect app automatically transitioned to “Connected”. After a VPN connection was established and the app was launched, the graphical user interface still displayed “Disconnected” even though the VPN connection was actually running in the background.
GPC-10173
Fixed an issue where, when GlobalProtect was installed for iOS and Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) was used to authenticate mobile users, the GlobalProtect app did not send information about the mobile device such as the operating system and the browser User-Agent string.

GlobalProtect App 5.1.1 Addressed Issues

The following table lists the issues that are addressed in GlobalProtect app 5.1.1 for Android, macOS, iOS, Windows, Windows 10 UWP, and Linux.
Issue ID
Description
GPC-10006
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app was upgraded to 5.1.0 on an iOS device. This issue occurred because the GlobalProtect was restarted during portal or gateway authentication.
GPC-10239
Fixed an issue where, when GlobalProtect was installed for Android 10, the GlobalProtect app was not able to use the client certificate for authentication. This issue occurred when the client certificate was created with an algorithm other than RSA.
GPC-10260
Fixed an issue where, when GlobalProtect was installed for Windows UWP, the GlobalProtect app crashed when traffic was sent through the IPSec tunnel.
GPC-10174
Fixed an issue where, when GlobalProtect was installed for Android and Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) was used to authenticate mobile users, the GlobalProtect app did not send the complete information about the mobile device such as the User-Agent string for the web browser. With this fix, the GlobalProtect app can now send the device information while performing SAML authentication.
GPC-10162
Fixed an issue where, when GlobalProtect was installed for macOS, the GlobalProtect client used the expired certificate instead of the new certificate for portal authentication. This issue occurred when both expired and new certificates were installed for macOS. With this fix, the GlobalProtect client will no longer use the expired certificate for authentication.
GPC-10140
Fixed an issue where, when GlobalProtect was installed on CentOS, the GlobalProtect portal or gateway authentication prompt did not display the customized authentication messages that were configured in the portal configuration. With this fix, the customized authentication messages are now displayed correctly.
GPC-10136
Fixed a connectivity issue where GlobalProtect failed to reconnect to the network. This issue occurred when different portal configurations were pushed from a mobile device management (MDM) system one at a time.
GPC-10110
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect client was not enabled automatically after a reboot even when the duration timer has expired. This issue occurred when the GlobalProtect client was disabled and your system was rebooted. With this fix, the GlobalProtect client will now be enabled automatically even after a reboot.
GPC-10108
Fixed an issue where GlobalProtect crashed on macOS devices when the Automatic Proxy Configuration was enabled.
GPC-10100
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect Android app was installed on Chromebooks with
On-Demand
mode, the GlobalProtect app failed to connect to the tunnel after the device was in “sleep” mode.
GPC-10037
Fixed an issue where the IPSec connection failed on a dual stack environment. This issue occurred when the IPv6 preferred option was set to
No
.
GPC-10023
Fixed an issue where, when the GlobalProtect Android app was installed on Chromebooks with
Always On
mode and managed using the Google Admin console, the device did not reconnect after a reboot.
GPC-9959
Fixed an issue where macOS users could not connect to the GlobalProtect gateway during manual gateway selection. This issue occurred because the portal and gateway were configured to authenticate users through Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) authentication with the On-Demand connect method. With this fix, users can now connect to the manual gateway upon the first attempt.
GPC-9855
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect App for macOS did overwrite the local DNS search domains with the tunnel DNS search domains. This occurred when the “Append Local Search Domains to Tunnel DNS Suffixes (macOS Only)” app setting was set to “No” in the portal agent configuration. With this fix, the tunnel DNS search domains are now appended with the local DNS search domains when the “Append Local Search Domains to Tunnel DNS Suffixes (macOS Only)” app setting is set to “Yes” in the portal agent configuration.
GPC-9463
Fixed an issue where Ubuntu 19.04 did not display the GlobalProtect system tray icon or the app could not be launched by clicking the system tray icon.
GPC-8743
Fixed an issue where the GlobalProtect app was frequently generating the pop-up dialog to request that you change your password even when the password was not set to expire.

GlobalProtect App 5.1.0 Addressed Issues (Android Only)

The following table lists the issues that are addressed in GlobalProtect app 5.1.0 for Android.
Issue ID
Description
GPC-10099
Fixed an issue where GlobalProtect app for Android could not be properly connected with two-factor authentication due to a change in the default value for the
TCP Receive Timeout (sec)
option. With this fix, the default is now 30 seconds.

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