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I have a client that needs to connect to his VPN. He uses Juniper Network connect though he currently doesnt have it installed.

I want to install it for him but I unable to download from Junipers download page as I need an account and I don't see an obvious way to register.

Where else can I download this?

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Sometimes the sysadmin hosts the VPN software on the same domain as the VPN login.

So using example.com, you could try:

example.com/dana-cached/setup/JuniperSetupSP1.cab for the SP1 file. Possibly by logging on to the VPN site in the browser, they might even link to the download.

Alternatively, simply download the 7.1 release here:

http://software.ucsf.edu/applications/vpn.html

As GingerDog points out in the comments, if you're on a Mac, using apps downloaded from outside the App Store in OSX now requires that you set OSX to 'Allow apps downloaded from: Anywhere' for it to run.

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You and this link is awesome. Thank you. –  Jake Jun 7 '12 at 7:11
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You're welcome. –  Paul Jun 8 '12 at 4:00
    
You'll need to set OSX to 'Allow apps downloaded from: Anywhere' for it to work. Alternative URL: tcnj.edu/~nts/downloads/NetworkConnect/v74R2 –  GingerDog Feb 17 at 10:48
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It looks like it is a commercial product you have to purchase before you download it

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Technically you're right, it is a commercial product. But the client itself isn't purchased. It's the VPN Appliance hardware with a support contract that is purchased by the company and your client's company should provide him with the software, or a link to download it like in my answer. –  Paul Jun 7 '12 at 3:09
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