How are you assigning the user to the group? Are you using a radius server to pass the class attribute?
Does everyone else connect to the same group policy and the tunnel-group is different? Can you show a user that's connecting to the same group-policy but has a different tunnel-group? You don't generally need a tunnel-group if you have a group-policy that's attached to a user, but you may have a tunnel-group that's referencing the same group policy. I don't create tunnel-groups for my users that have ssl access only.
Can you show the config for "sh run tunnel-group " and "sh run group-policy "?
Yes ,Radius is being to pass the attribute.user assignment is done via windows AD under respective groups.so far another user also has been noticed to have similar outputs, but it was from a different group policy & different tunnel group.sorry,details aren't available at this time though.
Below are the outputs as you asked for:
# sh running-config group-policy Users_group group-policy Users_group internal group-policy Users_group attributes banner value Welcome USER dns-server value X.X.X.X vpn-tunnel-protocol svc webvpn address-pools value users-group
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