When I start anyconnect on my windows 7 pro machine it hangs at connecting. I then right click and quit. It does not quit. I then right click and quit again and it does quit. Then I retry and USUALLY (not always) it works the second time (giving me a login screen). Sometimes (rarely now) it works the first time.
I've tried shutting down after a session in all manner of order also, and can detect no pattern (quit; disconnect, then quit; exit all sessions, quit; etc etc).
Is there some process I can look for or some way to verify it is properly shut down.
Also, how can I differentiate between this being caused at my end or at the other end.
BTW: I should point out that I have access to my hosts file blocked, which causes my AV to trigger every time I connect. But, it seems to hang even if I turn off host file protection.
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