AnyConnect stripping off domain?

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Jan 25th, 2010

I am trying to setup an AnyConnect profile.

I have read the AnyConnect administrator's guide and think I have followed everything accordingly.

I can connect to my network using AnyConnect and when I look at the route details, all the split tunneling routes are in place. I can ping everything on the network, but I cannot access anything on the network. If i try to open up a network folder share, Windows prompts me for my username and password. It's as if the AnyConnect client is stripping off the domain and not sending it.

Thanks for any suggestions

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w-schultz Thu, 03/04/2010 - 13:56

Wondering if you've resolved this?

I've got an 8.2(1) box that behaves perfectly, but my new 8.2(2) box exhibits this exact behavior. I can log in with domain\username but if I don't specify the domain it implies machine\username and fails.

Kenny Coleman Thu, 03/04/2010 - 14:05

You can solve this by putting in the WINS servers for the VPN profile. We don't runs WINS but I just put my DNS servers in there again for WINS and it started working. Weird stuff, I know

w-schultz Thu, 03/04/2010 - 15:27

Well I'll be a monkey's uncle, that does work.

Interesting that the behavior has changed between 8.2(1) and 8.2(2),

Thank you.


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