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Hi I am trying to connect to a VPN network using GlobalProtect VPN client. I can do that using the UI but I would like this to be automated. In another project where I was using Sonicwall Netextender, I created a batch file which I was calling from my C# code so I would connect to a VPN by calling the batch file, do some operations and disconnect using another batch file. I am trying to find a similar way to achieve it using Globalprotect. The command line arguments which I was using with Netextender does not seem to work with the PanGPA.exe. Any ideas how I could do that? I am not having any luck with the batch file so far.The netextender batch file is:
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Update: just use OpenConnect v8.00 or newer. GlobalProtect support has been incorporated into the 'official' OpenConnect builds as of v8.00. So GP support will Just Work™ with a recent official build.
You cannot do this with the official GP client. However, I have recently extended the fantastic open-source VPN client OpenConnect to support the PAN GlobalProtect VPN, both in its SSL-VPN and IPsec/ESP modes. It acts just like a native client and you can run it from the command line in a fully automated manner.
This is a work in progress, but I've been using it for real work already and it works very well for me. Having other people test it would be awesome and I welcome your feedback!
You'll need to build the
globalprotect branch from this repository:https://github.com/dlenski/openconnect
... and then run it like this to test it (you can omit the
--certificate part if your VPN doesn't use a client certificate):
(I have not yet tested this build under Windows, but the official OpenConnect builds are all Windows-compatible and there is nothing particularly special about this one.)Dan Lenski