Original Publication Date: 10/31/2018
Version 2.0.7 of the Edge Client for Android devices is now available. The download is available from the app store for your device.
For a comprehensive list of documentation that is relevant to this release, refer to the following pages:
|358480||Edge Client now has a desktop widget that allows one-click VPN connect and disconnect.|
|360230||Previous versions of Edge Client for Android support client certificates for SSL tunnels. Android Edge Client 2.0.7 supports client certificates for DTLS tunnels as well as SSL tunnels.|
|381869||The Edge Client UI for Android devices is now optimized to support both smartphones and tablets.|
|481025||Edge Client now has improved diagnostics, collecting and displaying the following information:
|400241||Edge Client now supports client certificates from device credential storage for authentication. Users can now use Edge Client to select existing certificates from the device credentials storage or add a new certificate from the local storage. This feature works only with RSA private key, and does not work with FIPS mode enabled. This feature is not supported on Android 4.1.|
|478749||Edge Client now shows an authentication error message when the user is prompted to log on and an error occurs.|
|480276||Android introduced Routing Policy Database to make routing decisions. Edge Client now prints the routing table database for troubleshooting.|
|481028||Users can start and stop Edge Client Lite by typing a URL into the browser. Edge Client Lite presents Edge Client with a blank white user interface with no branding. Connection messages and logon fields are presented on the white background.|
|484290||The Network Access resource option "Provide client certificate on Network Access connection when requested" is now supported for tunnel connections, including SSL and DTLS.|
|496212||Previously, Edge Client supported the ClientCertID parameter to authenticate the client certificate previously imported by the AddCertificate command. Now, Edge Client provides an alias for existing certificates from the Android KeyChain.|
|484287||Edge Client now supports devices with 64-bit CPU.|
|484550||Edge Client now has per-app VPN support for Android 5.0.|
|451826||When Edge Client uses split tunneling for traffic, after establishing a VPN connection, all DNS queries are sent to the VPN-configured enterprise DNS server.|
|490570||Edge Client fails to connect if it was reinstalled after a successful connection. This is an issue on Android 5.0 that causes connections to fail after reinstalling the Edge Client application. To work around this issue, reboot the Android device.|
|481245||Previously, Edge Client failed to log on if the domain cookie setting was set in the access profile. This issue is now fixed.|
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