I assume you talk about the "thin client", a java-applet in clientless SSL VPN resp. Web-VPN (well that's the only port forwarder I know of).
If you want to install the java applet locally you would need to do a lot of reverse engineering how this applet is started by the VPN portal and you would need to emulate this somehow locally.
I guess chances are low, unless you are the browser "uber-hacker" to extract the information needed and also try to inject code into your https/html session in order to start this java applet locally when you are logged into your WebVPN portal.
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