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Check Point Mac OS X Lion support

Solution ID: sk65048
Product: FDE / Pointsec PC, Endpoint Security VPN, SecuRemote, SSL Network Extender, Mobile Access / SSL VPN, SecureClient, Endpoint Security Client
Version: All
OS: Mac
Date Created: 27-Jul-2011
Last Modified: 13-Feb-2014
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For more information on Check Point Mac OS X support see sk67820


Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) was made publically available on July 27th 2011.

This article describes the support plan for Mac Lion for the following products:

  • SecureClient
  • Full Disk Encryption
  • SSL Network Extender.

Summary

Product Support for OS X 32-bit only Full support for OS X 32-bit and 64-bit

SecureClient

SecureClient NG-AI R56 HFA 3 for Mac OS X Lion (10.7) 32-bit

Endpoint Security VPN for Mac E75 replaces SecureClient for Mac.

Full Disk Encryption Available now: version 3.3.4 Available now: version 3.3.4
SSL Network Extender Available now: version E75 Available now: version E75

 

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SecureClient for Mac 32-bit

SecureClient NG-AI R56 HFA 3 for Mac OS X Lion (10.7) 32-bit has been released. It can be downloaded from SecureClient NG-AI R56 HFA 3 for Mac OS X Lion (10.7) 32-bit

Full Disk Encryption on 32-bit and 64-bit

FDE version 3.3.4 is available and can be downloaded from here.
Additional information appears in the Release Notes.

SSL Network Extender on 32-bit and 64-bit

SSL Network Extender E75 is available and can be downloaded from here.
Additional information appears in the Release Notes.

Note: In Lion, Java is not installed by default. Users should install it from the AppStore and enable applets in Java preferences.

Certified Browsers: Safari that comes with Lion and Firefox 5.0.

Switching between Lion 64-bit and 32-bit

  • To check which mode you are currently in, run this command on the terminal: systemsetup -getkernelbootarchitecturesetting
  • To set your machine to boot into 64-bit mode, enter this command and reboot: sudo systemsetup -setkernelbootarchitecture x86_64
  • To set your machine to boot into 32-bit mode, enter this command and reboot: sudo systemsetup -setkernelbootarchitecture i386

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