Can we configure our VPN concentrator to automatically update the VPN SSL client to the desktop. We want to switch from the VPN client to VPN SSL client using CA certificates. We have 2 concentrators still our network until we are able to upgrade to ASA's.
What we to do is install the webvpn client on the clients box. Then when an upgrade is available to have that upgrade just downloaded to the client. Then on VPN box have the certificate come from an internal RSA box.
In VPN Box's "Configuration + VPN + General + Group Policy + DfltGrpPolicy + WebVPN + SSL VPN Client + Keep Installer on Client System + Yes" will keep the SSL VPN Client installer on the clients box (i.e. version 1.1.3.x). When a new version of SSL VPN Client installer is available (i.e. version 1.1.4.x) load it to your VPN Box and in your VPN Box's "Configuration + VPN + WebVPN + SSL VPN Client + Enable SSL VPN Client + SSL VPN Client Images" add the new image which is 1.1.4.x in example. When the user is successfully authenticated, the new version will be automatically downloaded and install/update the old version on clients box.
About the certificate, do you mean you are using Certificate not AAA in VPN Box's "Configuration + VPN + General + Tunnel Group + Custom_Tunnel_Group or DefaultWEBVPNGroup + WebVPN + Basic"? If so, I haven't tried Certificate only AAA.
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