I have ran into two problems with my VPN that I have not been able to figure out;
1. If a user has permission to access the AnyConnect VPN then and they go to access the RDP SSL VPN then it automatically downloads and installs the AnyConnect. Is it possible to disable the auto download and install of the AnyConnect client?
2. If a user belongs to the AD groups for both the AnyConnect VPN and the RDP VPN, then that user can only access the RDP VPN. Is there a way to allow a user that is a member of both groups to access both VPN types (not simulataneously of course)? Or would it be better if I create a new AD group that allows both connections?
Currently I have 4 ways to connect into the VPN;
An SSL Tunnel to my EDI RDP server (For contractors)
An SSL Tunnel to my RDP server
An SSL Tunnel to my webmail
And using the AnyConnect application
The biggest problem is finding a way to disable the automatic download and install of the AnyConnect client
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