When the GlobalProtect app was installed
on Linux devices, the users were unable to logon to the app due
to authentication failure in the gateway pre-login stage.
When end users use the GUI version of the GlobalProtect
app on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 Linux devices and they launch
the app, sign in, and try to lock or sign out from the RHEL 8 client
system, the GlobalProtect system tray icon is missing from the taskbar.
Lock the screen and unlock with password.
Logout and login again.
Restart the device.
Power cycle to reboot the system.
On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 Linux devices,
when the extended display is set as the left monitor, the GlobalProtect
system tray icon and the GUI version of the GlobalProtect app are
not displayed on the same monitor.
If you did not add or modify the pre-deployment settings
correctly to the pre-deployment configuration file (
for the Linux devices, you might have issues to unistall the GlobalProtect app.
When you uninstall the GlobalProtect app
5.2.5 and install 5.3.0 on Linux devices, the version of the GlobalProtect is
not displayed correctly on the
End users must reboot and log out of their device.
When you attempt to establish a connection
with the portal on Linux devices, the portal is down or unreachable. The
GlobalProtect app continues to stay in connecting state.
After end users can successfully authenticate
with the Identity Provider (IdP) on Linux devices using Chrome or
any Chromium-based browser, the callback window sometimes does not