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Because I don't like FortiClient software, it installs a daemon running all times, and I just really want to run the app when I do need to connect to the VPN (once a month), not really have it use some ram while I don't really need to use it.

Background: I don't know much why I need FortiClient, I just know that without the VPN access it provides, I cannot create a working connection using Mac OSX's tools.

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The connection FortiClient creates is a "SSL VPN" connection. – Lonecat May 23 '13 at 1:40

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