Have a very odd situation here. We use Good for enterprise, and have iPads connect through Anyconnect to access our internal network for an RDP application.
Basically it's this:
User A's UDID: 1234
User B's UDID: 5678
User B may have gotten the device from User A. User A has new iPad Air.
When User A connects to AnyConnect, DAP trace shows that User B's UDID (5678) is being seen by AnyConnect, as opposed to User A's (1234). User B has no access to AnyConnect, now or in the past.
After a lengthy phone conversation with Good, they think the issue is with AnyConnect. But I have no idea how B's UDID - which to my understanding is supposed to hard-coded into the device - can be appearing on someone else's AnyConnect session.
Waiting for B to bring his iPad in to see what it shows the UDID as - but that's not going to resolve the issue. Only thing I can think of, does AnyConnect somehow link the device to the user regardless of what device is being used? Surely not... I will test it out though (DAP trace on two different iPads.)
Thoughts or ideas???