In this output perpetual means permanent which is a license that is valid for the life of the ASA.
Perpetual is not a count. If you look at the output some lines with perpetual do have a count (such as AnyConnect Permuim Peers which is 2) but other lines with perpetual have no count at all such as Encryption-DES.
At this point your ASA has licenses that will allow 2 clients to have SSL VPN sessions.
Using AnyConnect requires a separate license. Using the traditional IPSec client does not require a separate license. The ASA comes with a license for AnyConnect that allows you to have 2 concurrent user sessions using AnyConnect. The licensing that comes on this ASA will allow up to 5000 VPN sessions. So without purchase of any additional licenses you would be able to have 2 users with AnyConnect and up to 4998 users with IPSec client for a total of 5000 users on VPN sessions.
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