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charlie
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Secure Remote client

Hello,

My customer trying to use a "Secure Remote Client" instead of "Endpoint security client".
He say that the Secure remote doesn't need any type of license like the Endpoint Sec client that use a slot for each seat.

This is true? The Secur Remote it's free? What's the limitation compared to the Endpoint sec client?

 

 

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Ruan_Kotze
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Your client is referring to SecuRemote.  They are correct in that there is no licensing required (apart from IPSEC blade on your gateway) but you do get what you pay for.  It is a very limited client with a bunch of constraints.

You can read more about it here:

Check Point Remote Access Solutions
Remote Access FAQ covering IPSec and HTTPS portal based VPN solutions
@PhoneBoy also did an awesome write-up here

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charlie
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add an info: on monitoring I can see that under
Active Tunnel >>> Remote Access >>> High Watermark the value is 5.

That's seems confirm that the Remote secure require a Seat license like the Endpoint Security client.
It's true or is only a coincidence?

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G_W_Albrecht
Legend
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This is not true - SecuRemote needs no license at all, but client does not receive an OM IP. Admin has to manually configure access to the site for the SecuRemote client.

CCSE CCTE CCSM SMB Specialist
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Ruan_Kotze
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Your client is referring to SecuRemote.  They are correct in that there is no licensing required (apart from IPSEC blade on your gateway) but you do get what you pay for.  It is a very limited client with a bunch of constraints.

You can read more about it here:

Check Point Remote Access Solutions
Remote Access FAQ covering IPSec and HTTPS portal based VPN solutions
@PhoneBoy also did an awesome write-up here

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