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SSL VPN & Java Support in the Future?!

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#1 Evluma IT

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Posted 14 September 2015 - 10:55 AM

Hey Ya'll,


I'm looking to implement the SSL VPN Vx shortly but have a major concern with product support in the future. Primarily with Java.


I see that the appliance relies on Java which will be an issue as Chrome no longer supports Java by default and soon to be IE. Not sure about Firefox.


What does Barracuda plan to do about this? Do we need to browser hack in order to use?

#2 Matthew McIntyre

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Posted 14 September 2015 - 11:31 AM


    We have implemented a stand alone agent for users and browsers who have an issue with Java. The Barracuda SSL VPN Standalone Agent is a software solution that allows users to login and launch their SSL VPN resources directly from the Windows taskbar without a Java browser plugin. Download the SSL VPN Standalone Agent Installer from the Barracuda SSL VPN portal and install it for use on a client machine. If you wnat any assistance with setting this up, please review our techlib article here: https://techlib.barr...onfigStandaloneor contact our technical support to assist you.