Troubleshooting the Global Protect VPN

Common Troubleshooting Tips 

Confirm your Stevens password 

Please make sure that you are using the correct password. If you are not sure of your password, you can set a new one at https://www.stevens.edu/password.

Trying to log onto the Global Protect VPN on a Mac and it is stuck at "Connecting....its working" 

You have installed the Global Protect client for Mac and entered your username and password. If you are a faculty\staff member, it should prompt you for DUO authentication. The client tries to connect, but it says, "Connecting....its still working" and never completes authentication.

Please make sure that you are follow the steps as outlined at https://knowledgebase.paloaltonetworks.com/KCSArticleDetail?id=kA10g000000boQ9CAI

Cannot install Global Protect VPN on a Windows machine

Users with a Windows 10 machine may see an installation error message when installing the Global Protect VPN client, as shown below.

To fix this issue, please click on the link below to install the Visual C++ package (English-US version). Afterwards, please reboot and then try to run the install for Global Protect VPN again.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/3138367/update-for-visual-c-2013-and-visual-c-redistributable-package

How to get troubleshooting logs from the Global Protect client for Support

Right click on the Global Protect VPN icon and click on Settings. 

Click on Connection. Your VPN IP address is now visible. (* helpful tip to get your IP address when using the Global Protect VPN.) 

Machine generated alternative text:

 

Click on the Connection tab and view your IP address used while logged onto the Global Protect VPN.