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- 16.1.0, 16.0.1, 16.0.0, 15.1.3, 15.1.2, 15.1.1, 15.1.0, 15.0.1, 15.0.0, 14.1.4, 14.1.3, 14.1.2, 14.1.0, 14.0.1, 14.0.0, 13.1.4, 13.1.3, 13.1.1, 13.1.0, 12.1.6, 12.1.5, 12.1.4, 12.1.3, 11.6.4
F5 Access version 3.0.7 for Android devices is now available. The download is available from the app store for your device.
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Fixes in 3.0.7
Fixes in 3.0.7
|794405||Fixed the issue where F5 Access for Android displayed You need to enable cookies in order to remember this device error message when the virtual server was configured with DUO two-factor authentication, and the option Remember me for <period of time> was selected on the DUO logon page.|
Fixes in 3.0.6
|794125||Previously, in the Android version 7.0 and higher, when the connection to the server could not be established because the server's certificate was not trusted via the Android system CA root store, then F5 Access for Android gave an untrusted certificate warning message. This happened because in the Android version 7.0 (API level 24) and later, applications trusted the pre-installed system CAs but did not trust the user-added CA store by default. With this release, F5 Access for Android trusts the system CAs, as well as the user's root CA store, and the issue is fixed.|
Known issues in 3.0.7
Known Issues in F5 Access
|451826||When F5 Access uses split tunneling for traffic, after establishing a VPN connection, all DNS queries are sent to the VPN-configured enterprise DNS server.|
|504685||F5 Access does not change to the Reconnecting state if the GTM server is down. Load balancing with GTM does not work.|
|624395||The web logon screen might disappear when you send F5 Access to the background after entering an RSA SecurID software token PIN.|
|808509||Downloading a client certificate or token from an HTTP URL on Android 9 fails. This is because of the improved security imposed by Android.
Workaround: Use the HTTPS URL with a trusted CA to download the client certificate or token.
|809001||VPN connection fails to establish with FIPS mode enabled on certain devices.
Workaround: Disable the FIPS mode before establishing a VPN connection.
Known Issues in Third-Party Software
|574604||VPN connections repeatedly fail with the Thursby smart-card reader if you do not enter the smart card unlock PIN before the 30-second timeout has expired. This is caused by a known issue in Thursby SubRosa app.
Workaround: Force stop the SubRosa app, or reboot the device.
|597826||F5 Access fails to read smart cards using Thursby smart card reader when running within Android for Work profile.|
|617631||When Always-On VPN Mode is enabled, a VPN connection is established, and a Network Access resource is configured to use split tunneling, resources from the split tunneling space can be successfully accessed using the managed application, but the managed application cannot access all resources outside of the split tunneling space.|
|620294||In Android 7.0 RC4, ciphers and SSLv3 are disabled for security reasons. AES ciphers must be enabled in the RSA Authentication Manager configuration for Dynamic Seed Provisioning (CT-KIP) to work on Android 7.0. For more details, see https://community.rsa.com/docs/DOC-45530.
Workaround: Follow the steps in the linked article to enable non-RC4 cipher suites.
|634069||In most cases, when an Always-On VPN is disabled by the DPM (Device Policy Manager), the F5 Access VPN revokes if it is currently connected. In some corner cases, if F5 Access is not connected when, for example, the DPM enables Always-On VPN, but the connection doesn't start because of a misconfiguration, and the DPM then disables Always-On VPN, F5 Access won't be notified, and may continue to attempt to reconnect until the device is rebooted.|
|616957||If Always-On VPN mode is enabled for F5 Access by an MDM, and a force stop is done, F5 Access goes into the Disconnected state, and the user loses internet access through managed apps. F5 Access does not reestablish the VPN connection automatically.
Workaround: Restart the device to reestablish Always-On VPN mode. Another workaround is to disallow force stops in the MDM configuration, using DISALLOW_APPS_CONTROL.
|617362||On some devices with Android 4.x, F5 Access Home screen icons might not get updated, and continue to show the older Edge Client icon. This is caused by Android issue 42921: https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=42921|
|619106||On certain Android devices, F5 Access displays two icons in the notification area when connected to VPN. This behavior is by design.|
|629242||The RSA SecurID software token PIN setup might timeout if you do not provide a new PIN within the RSA SecurID token interval.|
|744854||Samsung devices provide a way to disconnect Always-On VPN through notification. As a result, when you terminate always-on VPN, the system revokes VPN permission for F5 Access. This prevents F5 Access from establishing a VPN connection.
Workaround: Uninstall and reinstall the F5 Access.
|748960||There is no API to get the Chrome OS version when F5 Access for Android is running on Chrome OS. This being a Chrome issue is currently reported to Google and tracked through 881005.|
|748962||Always-On VPN can be turned off from the Chrome OS network settings. This action should not be allowed as it defeats the purpose of Always-On VPN. This issue is currently reported to Google and tracked through 881107.
Workaround: Do not turn off Always-On VPN in the Chrome OS network settings.
|748963||When adding a new VPN configuration through the Chrome OS settings, the F5 Access home screen is launched instead of the Add Configuration screen.
Workaround: Navigate to the Add Configuration screen and add a new configuration. This issue is currently reported to Google and tracked through 881123.
|748964||For F5 Access for Android on Chrome OS, the per-app VPN's feature to allow/disallow apps to bypass VPN connection is reserved. As a result, the disallowed apps pass through the VPN tunnel and allowed apps are blocked through the VPN tunnel. This issue is currently reported to Google and tracked through 883529.|
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