Originally Posted by szboardstretcher
Yes. You can add it to either of those. Good luck.
A colleague was using Ubuntu, and needed the NCremote as well, we eventually gave up. I didn't have the time to help...
A relative noob to Linux, I have been trying to get Network Connect working on 32 bit Ubuntu 10.04 using Firefox 4.0 for the past week with no success. In the process I have read a lot of forums and tried a lot of things.
Here is what my problem was :
1) Login to my company VPN site successfully using username, password1(active directory) password2(RSA pin)
2) Click on the Network Connect "Start" button, the applet loading page comes up for a short time and then takes me back to the previous page without the NC popup.
I tried Mad Scientist's script
, which almost got me connected, but authentication failed since our company uses two passwords (active directory and RSA pin). The script was only asking for RSA pin, and I got failure stating "Invalid Credentials". But this did get the NC popup going.
I read elsewhere that this issue may be caused by Firefox, so I installed Google Chrome and Voila! it worked perfectly. I see the NC connect popup and am able to access the company intranet.
I am running 2.6.32-30-generic-pae #59-Ubuntu SMP Tue Mar 1 23:01:33 UTC 2011 i686 GNU/Linux
Also during my reading, I came across this post
which details how to connect using 64 bit Linux and two passwords.
I hope this helps.