End-of-Life (EoL) Declaration for Sophos SSL VPN Client
End Of Life (EOL) For Sophos SSL VPN Client whats next:
With the farewell of the new and altogether further created Sophos Connect v2 VPN client north of a year earlier, we are announcing the End-of-Life (EoL) of the old Sophos SSL VPN Client for Windows. The EoL of the old SSL VPN Client will be convincing on 31 January 2022.
Sophos SSL VPN clients will continue to work yet new client acquaintances are encouraged to use Sophos Connect and existing plans are recommended to migrate as fast as time licenses.
Sophos Connect v2 is our new and altogether further developed VPN client that works with sophos models of both Sophos (XG) Firewall and Sophos (SG) UTM.
You may similarly wish to take action to consider moving to Sophos Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) which is a brand new advancement and a Sophos firewall appliance products that offers much better security, more clear organization, and a more direct end-client experience.
It is an unfathomably better solution for remote access than VPN and it consolidates enjoyably with Sophos Intercept X.
What After the EOL Date:
No value is developing. The client will keep on filling in as before. What will happen on the EOL date? We will stop spreading the Sophos checked type of the OpenVPN client duplicates, and won’t give future updates to it.
What is Sophos Connect:
Sophos Connect is a predominant game plan and is not in vain. It is a full-included replacement, with additional created decisions for mass client foundation, and multi-show support in a single client. We similarly propose considering Sophos ZTNA as a further evolved replacement decision, which offers Azure AD SSO, spread from Sophos Central, and a better security act over standard VPN clients. A third decision is to use the free and open source OpenVPN GUI, which is obviously and essentially closest to our Legacy SSL VPN Client.