Is Centralized Protection Policy CPP incompatible with Macintosh users?
It seems that CPP leaves OS X users SOL.
I'm using VPN client 4.7.00(0510) in Mac OS X Panther 10.3.9. Our server apparently is configured to push CPP to the clients, which are set to "Stateful Firewall (Always On)". (This is on my Dell laptop running client 4.6.03.0021)
As I understand it, the Mac client has no such built-in firewall (doesn't need it) and therefore can't respond to the server that a firewall is present. CPP then drops the connection.
Is there anything I can tell the IT guys to try, other than disabling CPP, so that the VPN does not require this of a Mac client, thereby letting Mac clients connect properly? Or am I just hosed?
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