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Launching Network Connect on Other Platforms

To launch a Network Connect command-line session on a non-Windows platform:

# cd ~/.pulse_secure/network_connect/

# ./ncsvc -h host -u user -p passwd -f cert_file [-r realm] [-L log_level] [-g] [-U sign_in_url] [-y proxy] [-z proxy_port] [-s proxy_user] [-a proxy_password] [-d proxy_domain] [-v] [-K]

To launch a standalone Network Connect graphical user interface session on a non-Windows platform:

# cd /user/local/nc/

#<javapath> -cp NC.jar NC -h host -u user -p passwd -f cert_file [-r realm] [-l log_level] [-L log_level] [-U sign_in_url] [-y proxy] [-z proxy_port] [-s proxy_user] [-a proxy_password] [-d proxy_domain] [-n start_script] [-t end_script]

ncsvc parameters are as follows:

Parameter

Description

Sign-in Options

-h host

Connect Secure hostname or IP address

-u user

Username

-p passwd

Password

-r realm

Connect Secure sign-in realm

-P port

Service port number

-f cert_file

Connect Secure certificate

-m md5hash

Connect Secure certificate MD5 hash

-U url

Connect Secure realm sign-in URL

Proxy options

-y proxy

Proxy server hostname or IP address

-z proxy_port

Proxy server port number

-s proxy_user

Proxy server username

-a proxy_pass

Proxy server password

-d proxy_domain

Proxy server domain name

Logging options

-L log-level

Log message level. Options are:

0—Log critical messages only

1—Log critical and error message

2—Log critical, error and warning message

3—Log critical, error, warning and info message (default)

4—Log verbose messages

5—Log all messages

Miscellaneous options

-v

Print version number

-g

Zip and upload log file to host

-K

Kill all running ncsvc services

Script options

-n start_script

Network Connect start script

-t end_script

Network Connect disconnect script

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