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Cisco AnyConnect NAM with profile editor

Hello,I´m trying to use the anyconnect NAM with also the anyconnect profile editor for 802.1x
I created a profile (.xml) with the editor but I don´t know how to apply it to a client(anyconnect).
If anyone can give me some instructons I would appreciate it.

Thanks in advance.
Regards.

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Cisco AnyConnect NAM with profile editor

You will have to use a centralize software management solution in order to get this file out and in the proper location.

Thanks,

Tarik Admani

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Cisco AnyConnect NAM with profile editor

Isn´t it enough with the anyconnect NAM and the profile editor? What do you mean with "centralize software management solution" ?

Thanks.

Cisco AnyConnect NAM with profile editor

To build the profile yes, however you need to push these files to all your clients and you need to distribute this xml to the rest of your organization.

For doing some testing you can modify the current xml that the profile editor is on and save and even some cases restart the machine for new changes to take effect. Which xml file are you modifying?

Thanks,

tarik Admani

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Re: Cisco AnyConnect NAM with profile editor

i hope this link is useful, it illustrates everything:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-23117

Install and run the standalone profile editor (your second download); you only need the Network Access Manager component

     a. Once installed, open the profile editor and configure a new profile, e.g. allow EAP types, disable Wired port management, etc.

     b. File / Save as...

     c. Name the file configuration.xml. This naming convention is required

     d. Save the configuration file to the //Profiles/nam folder

3. Run the main Secure Mobility Client setup installer (setup.exe) from . This installs the AnyConnect framework and modules. Select the Network Access Manager modules. No other modules are necessary or required for managing wireless networks

Amjad

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Re: Cisco AnyConnect NAM with profile editor

Thanks Amjad.

Regards.

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