There are some similar threads but here's what we are observing. Computers that are running Windows 10 with Junos Pulse installed that then have the Forticlient installed (5.4 or below) will connect successfully but not be able to ping any remote computers.
I spoke with an engineer at length about this and he confirmed that our SSLVPN was configured correctly and that traffic was moving though the interfaces as expected. To confirm it's a client issue we've gone as far as installing a VM on an affected machine to see if it would work with the same credentials (it did).
Since this is looking more and more like a client issue related to Windows 10 and perhaps Junos Pulse, does anyone have thoughts about what we could do to resolve this? We've already tried numerous uninstalls, reinstalls, etc. with no success.
I have the same issue as well. FortiClient works perfectly until the Dell SonicWall is installed on my fresh Windows 10 machine. Dell SonicWall still works, but the FortiClient is now broken. I can connect, but nothing goes through. Hope there is a fix soon.
We are currently changing our company laptops to versions that only support Windows 10 and have a number of clients and customers, some of whom require Sonicwall Clients and some who require Fortinet Client. However, we have the same problem, with both installed but only the FortiClient connected there is no traffic moving through the FortiClient connection. All the routing appears to be correctly in place, similar to a Windows 8.1 installation but is just not working correctly.
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