Download Pulse Secure Client For Mac

Download Pulse Secure Client For Mac
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Find a Product. Start typing a product name to find Software Downloads for that product. Step 1: Open the Pulse Secure application from the Applications folder. Step 2: In the Pulse Secure client window, click the Connect button inside the 'UCSB Remote Access' connection profile or from the Pulse Secure icon in the menu bar at the top of your screen. Continue reading to learn how to configure Pulse Secure or click here to learn how to connect to Pulse Secure. Pulse Secure configuration instructions for Mac Step 1: Insert your LincPass card into the smartcard reader on your computer. Installation Instructions for PULSE Secure for MAC & Windows Systems: Download the appropriate installation software from off of our VPN download site at.

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Temporarily change your security preferences.
Before you can install the Pulse Secure client, you must temporarily change your Security preferences:

  1. Click the Apple Menu and choose System Preferences, then Security & Privacy.
  2. Click the padlock icon and enter your computer password.
    Note: If you are using a Smith-owned Mac that is bound to AD, enter your network password.
  3. On the General tab, change the Allow apps downloaded from: setting to App Store and identified developers.
  4. Leave the Security & Privacy window open for now.

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Download the Pulse Secure Client.

  1. Download the Pulse Secure Client for Mac from the Smith Software site.
  2. Double-click the pluse_v5.......pkg to start the install.
  3. Accept the defaults and if prompted, enter for your username and password to install new software.
  4. Restart your computer.

Pulse Secure Mac Client

Configure a Connection to Smith

  1. Open Pulse Secure. A Pulse Secure icon (a fancy S for Secure) will appear in the top menu bar.
  2. From the Connection Bar, click the plus-sign to add a connection.
  3. The Type of Connection should read: Policy Secure (UAC) or Connect Secure (VPN)

  4. In the Name field, enter a name for your Profile (for example, Smith).
  5. In the Server URL field, enter
  6. Click Add to save the profile.
  7. Click connect and login with your Smith username and password (do not include the to the username)
  8. Starting July 29, 2019, Duo Two-factor authentication will be added to Pulse Secure. However, you do not see the normal Duo authentication screen, please follow these instructions to make your connection.

You are now using the Pulse Secure for a secure connection back to Smith.

Restore your Security preferences.

Return to the Security & Privacy window you modified in Part 1 to restore your previous settings:

  1. Change the Allow apps downloaded from: setting to Mac App Store and identified developers.
  2. Click the padlock icon to save your changes and prevent further changes.