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Install and Configure Cyberoam General Authentication Client for Mac OS
Applicable Version: 10.00 onwards
Cyberoam General Authentication Client for MAC OS enables users using MAC Operating System to log-on to Cyberoam Server.

The Corporate Authentication Client is henceforth renamed as General Authentication Client. 


JDK or JRE version 1.6 or greater should be installed in client machine.


Install and configure General Authentication Client in client machine running Mac OS.


You can install and configure client by following the steps given below.

Step 1: Download General Authentication Client

Browse to http://cyberoam.com/cyberoamclients.html and download the MAC installer of the general authentication client.
Save it on the Mac client machine. The following files will be extracted: Corporate_Client.jar and Readme.txt

Step 2: Install Client on client machine

Double click Corporate_Client.jar to install it on the Mac client machine.

Step 3: Configure Server Details

Once client is installed on the machine, the general authentication client icon   appears on the task bar. Click the icon and select Preferences to configure server details according to parameters below.  

Set Cyberoam Server Address and click Check to check connectivity with server. 

Additionally you can enable:

-     Show Notification Messages to view pop-ups at each login and logout.
-     Ask on Exit to display warning message before logging out.
-     Auto Login on Client Startup to login user to Cyberoam directly at machine startup.
Click Save to save the configuration.

Step 4: Login to Cyberoam

Login to Cyberoam using General Authentication Client by double-clicking the client  icon on the taskbar. Enter user credentials and click Login.

                                                                        Document Version: 1.1 – 12/12/2013
Article ID: 2608