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Anyconnect client profile

Hello,

some doubts about anyconnect..

1. I've created a client profile, then associated it with a group policy, and changed some preferences settings. When I install anyconnect by web-deploy under client preferences those settings are not corresponding. How can I be sure client profile was correctly deployed to the client?

2. Into the same client profile I've configured a server list with a host display name. Then installed anyconnect client. Then removed the list from client profile. However every time I install anyconnect client I always have that host display name. I've tried to uninstall/install many times. Does anyconnect client cache something somewhere ?

3. I noticed that when I login to install anyconnect by web-deploy after anyconnect is installed I have two vpn connections (they actually have the same connection profile and group policy) , clientless and anyconnect. After disconncting anyconnect vpn client clientless vpn connection is still active. Are there any way after web-deploy and anyconnect vpn connection to logout clientless vpn?

 

 

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On Windows 7 it's in a hidden

On Windows 7 it's in a hidden folder:

C:\ProgramData\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client.

The file name is preferences_global.xml. Your various profiles should be in a subdirectory there called "Profiles". You can see them update in that folder.

There are also preferences which are in a different hidden folder:

C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client

 

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Hi poiu720408 ,  1.  You need

Hi

 

"tunnel-group-list enable" under the webvpn configuration.  So once the user connect to the proper URL/alias the profile will be applied. 

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/asa-5500-x-series-next-generation-firewalls/98580-enable-group-dropdown.html

 

 

2. Yes the Anycopnnect store a "Cache " information on the PC , if you want to clan up you have to go to the anyconnect folder on C: on the PC and delete the global_preferences.xml profile.

 

3. This behavior is totally expected and they should disappear  after a some minutes , however if you wan to force this , you can use the command "vpn-sessionsdb logoff webvpn noconfirm"

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Hope this helps

 

- Randy -

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Actually I do not have any

Actually I do not have any global_preferences.xml file

Hall of Fame Super Silver

On Windows 7 it's in a hidden

On Windows 7 it's in a hidden folder:

C:\ProgramData\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client.

The file name is preferences_global.xml. Your various profiles should be in a subdirectory there called "Profiles". You can see them update in that folder.

There are also preferences which are in a different hidden folder:

C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client

 

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