R60 SecuRemote Client Changing Behaviour
I'll make it short,
In my company we use checkpoints vpn clients with certificates for
There are certain geographical sites from which clients can't connect.
I the Tracker is see this log error from their attempts:
phase1 received notification from peer: invalid certificate
From other places this same clients Can connect successfully.
Can a simple office firewall disrupt the authentication process?
Thank You Very Much.
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