Are there plans to release a version of the Zscaler app that will install and run properly on Surface Pro X?
While that app itself is x86/win32 and installs ok, the Zscaler Network Adapter Driver is the problem. the TAP driver install at the end of the app installation process fails.
So, you can complete the installer routine on HP Envy X2 (snapdragon), Surface Pro X, Galaxy Book S, and Zscaler can be logged in/configured as normal, it will find the native AD rules etc as normal, Internet Security fires up and runs as normal - HOWEVER Private Access can not start because it gets a driver error due to the failure to install the Network Adapter Driver.
ARM64 Windows requires an ARM64-compiled driver.
Based on what MSFT posted here, https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/develop/building-arm64-drivers ,
Recompiling the existing Win32/Win64 driver for ARM64 would take mere minutes, if not seconds.
Therefore, it is easily possible either release a newer ZScaler installer that is able to recognize the ARM64 environment and install the proper, newly-included ARM64 version of the driver, OR to simply release the driver fileset itself without worrying about the rest of the installer - it can be remediated by a separate install of the driver via the INF file, to get Zscaler up and running.
Just suggestions. There are multiple models in device release pipelines for always-on ARM64 Windows machines now that Microsoft and Samsung have openly collaborated with Qualcomm and validated the platform, so hopefully Zscaler will keep up with Microsoft hardware at least. THanks.