Pulse Secure for iOS enables secure connectivity over SSL VPN to corporate
applications and data from anywhere, at any time. Using Pulse Secure, you can
connect securely to your corporate Pulse Secure SA Series SSL VPN gateway and
gain instant access to business applications and networke...
Ok, but it’s default is not to automatically reconnect
Connection with my organization is often dropped ( which may not be Pulse’s fault). Sometimes I open Pulse and have to click “Connect.” There doesn’t seem to be a Pulse feature that allows automatic periodic (say, every minute or two) attempts at reconnection. However, I will still give Pulse a few stars, because it is otherwise good. .
iOS Features Now don’t work since install
My company used to use another app and I enjoy this interface much more. However, ever since this has been installed, sharing photos and contacted via text/MMS/sms has disappeared. The email and other button is still there, but not text message. This is a feature that is too essential. This needs to be fixed.
Not working for iPhone users
Our hospital uses this app so employees can access the hospital’s intranet for things like signing up to request extra work hours. No one can get it to work from their iPhone which is ridiculous since at least 50% of the employees have iPhones. It’s very inconvenient to have to go to a desktop computer for it to function. I can only get it to work properly on my Window’s desktop. Can someone address this issue for Ascension Genesys Regional Medical Center employees?
Do not update to 9.0!
I wished I had turned off the auto update on my iOS device. Ever since the update this past week, access has been broken. It successfully connects but then you cannot anything once connected. Opened a ticket but they came back with a knowledge base article to upgrade the backend or wait for iOS update (unknown target date). They really need to test things out better before pushing out to App Store.
Works for the most part. However, Touch ID is not working. Also UI is a bit clunky. Also a it ridiculous to have so much extra text in the “what’s new” description at the beginning and links that no one can click on and not being at least a short url.
iOS 13 broke it
There appears to be a compatibility issue with the iOS 13 upgrade because logging in now shows an all white screen, rather than the adaptive auth prompts. This doesn’t happen when logging in through the iOS Safari browser, so it has to be the app.
This version has an important change
NOTICE: If you use a certificate to authenticate, you will need to re-install it using a new procedure. The certificate will install inside Pulse Secure instead of in iOS as usual. Developer has failed to notify of this change to users. Once your certificate gets installed, it all works great.
Can’t update VPN profile
Since they changed the name of this app from Junos Pulse to Pulse Secure, on iOS you cannot edit or delete any VPN Configurations that were created with Type = Junos Pulse. You’ll have to create all new connections from Pulse Secure which will be of Type = Pulse Secure. Then.....all of your old connections will display as Update Required, which you can’t because a message is displayed to manage them from the Junos Pulse app which does not exist.
Current version doesn’t work
Worked fine until this version. Now it says connected, but everyone sees my actual IP address and can’t get to intranet. Seems no data is actually going through VPN. Completely broken. Nothing changed except updating to this version. I have iOS 12 and 13 devices that both stopped working with this version.
Works great every time
I've used this app on several platforms, including notebooks, tablets, and phones, and it always performs flawlessly. Throughput is great. It runs invisibly in he background.
Garbage company do not use
We have 250 employees that use this app and since the release of the update 2 weeks ago our vpn connection has been dropping every 2 minutes and very unstable. Contacted pulse to do a roll back in the IOS version and they refused to help! We work and use this for a multi billion dollar company and this is the support they offer. My advice is stay away!
Don’t update to 9.0
Updated to 9.0 latest version and there is a severe bug in that it won’t allow access to any network resources. They acknowledge the issue but nothing in 24 hours to either allow to revert back to prior version or release a fix. If you rely on this for corporate access and to get work done be forewarned
Doesn’t work on iOS 12
Cannot use the app anymore, doesn’t connect.
connections being deleted
connection is randomly deleted every couple weeks. I have to re-fill out the connection details as well as the path to our network drive every three days or so.
Touch ID is disabled. Also there is a support link from the app opens up the email without any email ID to be sent. Otherwise it is a cool app.
Yes. Pulse Secure is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 2,576 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.4/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Pulse Secure Is 43.3/100.
Yes. Pulse Secure is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 2,576 Pulse Secure User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Pulse Secure Is 43.3/100.
Pulse Secure works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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