I have an SSL VPN currently working on an ASA 5505 with the latest software. The ASA pushes the AnyConnect VPN Client automatically. As we have only one public IP address, I had to use it for everything. I have Outlook Web Access running on 443 and the SSL VPN running on 4443. The problem I am having is that the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client never remembers the FQDN+port number for future connects. Users have to start Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client and edit the Connect to field, putting :4443 at the end of the FQDN. Is there a way to get the client to "remember" the non-standard port number? I figured it would be easier putting the SSL VPN on a different port rather that Outlook Web Access.
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