Thank you for using our Mac software portal. Unfortunately, there is no direct download for the Mac version of Junos Pulse. To download the application, proceed to the developer's site via the link below. We cannot guarantee the safety of the software downloaded from external sites. Hello, I have Junos Pulse version 5.0.7 running on my Macbook Pro 2015 with OSX Yosemite. I tried to connect to my company's VPN network that normally I connect to with Network Connect on windows 7. I have 2 big issues preventing me to work: 1. Is there a support for pinsafe generated code on Pulse?. Using the Junos Pulse Secure client for Mac OS X 9 –To disconnect, right-click on the Pulse Secure icon in the system notification tray, select the System VPN connection profile, then click Disconnect. 10 –Should you want to close the application, right-click on the Pulse Secure icon in the system notification tray, then select Exit.
Rich Trouton’s Der Flounder blog recently described how to create a pre-configured Junos Pulse VPN client on OS X: https://derflounder.wordpress.com/2015/03/13/deploying-a-pre-configured-junos-pulse-vpn-client-on-os-x/
I prefer to use Unixorn’s The Luggage rather than a GUI package creator, so here I adapt Rich’s instructions for The Luggage users.
Installing the Luggage
If you don’t already have The Luggage, install it as follows (as per the instructions on Graham Gilbert’s blog post about The Luggage):
At this point, if you don’t already have git installed, you will be prompted to do so. If that happens, install git and rerun the last command. Then continue:
Creating the package
Now The Luggage is installed, copy your Junos Pulse installer and config file into a new folder:
Create a new file named
Makefile in the same folder using whatever editor you use, and populate as follows:
You may wish to sign the package with a developer ID if you are intending to make the installer available to your users for self-install, so that Gatekeeper doesn’t prevent installation. You will need an Apple Mac OS X Developer Account to do this, and have your Developer ID Certificate installed on the machine you are building the package. Then, add the following line as the third line of the Makefile, changing “Your Name” to the name of your certificate in your Keychain:
Create a new file named
postinstall in the same folder using whatever editor you use, and populate as follows (this is exactly the same as Rich Trouton’s postinstall file except for the install_dir):
To create the package, run the following command:
You should now have a package named
Junos-Pulse.pkg which you can import into your software distribution system (Munki, Casper etc).
Making a DMG for manual distribution
For any package that you wish to make available for distribution via the web or fileshare, you may wish to enclose it in a DMG. I’ve created a script that automates the process of creating a dmg for any pkg file in the same folder. the output includes a visual check to see if the package is signed.
Make it executable, then run it:
You should now have
Junos-Pulse.dmg in your folder.
Junos Pulse Pc
Virtual Private Networking (VPN) software creates a secure, encrypted connection between your off-campus computer and the campus network. Affiliates of InCHIP can use VPN software to connect securely to the campus network from off-campus. This software, called Junos Pulse, must be downloaded to your computer, installed and configured. To connect using the full VPN client, download it below, install and configure it as directed.
1. Download Client
Apple OS X: Junos Pulse Client 5.0
2. Install Client
- Double click on the download and then the package icon
- Click “Continue”
- Click “Install”
- You will be prompted for user credentials. This would be the user name and password with the ability to install software on this Mac. If you are unsure please contact InCHIP IT
- Click “Close”
3. Configure Client
- Click on the Junos icon on the title bar and then click “Open Junos Pulse”
- Click on the “+” symbol at the bottom of the window
- Enter in the values shown below and click “Add”
- Close the window.
- Click on the Junos Client icon on the title bar and mouse over “CHIP VPN” and select “Connect”
- You will be prompted to enter your InCHIP ID [usually First Initial, Last Name] and password. To save this step in the future you may select “Save Settings”. To have increased security, do not check “Save settings” and you will be prompted each time you connect.
- To disconnect from the VPN, click on the Junos Client icon on the title bar and mouse over “CHIP VPN” and select “Disconnect”