Re: VPN Establishement Capability from a Remote Desktop is disab
Thanks for your reply karsten,
As I explored to resolve this issue I came to know about the following items,
By default VPN connection for RDC will be disabled.
The settings should be changed in VPN to establish the VPN connection from the RDC machine.
I found the following solutions for that,
Solution 1: Change the settings in the AnyConnectProfile.tmpl configuration file.
In the following configuration file AnyConnectProfile.tmpl (c:/ProgramData/Cisco/Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client/Profile), change the WindowsVPNEstablishment node value to “AllowRemoteUsers” instead of “LocalUsersOnly”. But I don’t find this file in this path after the Cisco installation. But I found the configuration file named Scripts.xml which contains the settings as I mentioned above.
I done the above mentioned changes and tried to establish the VPN connection. After I attempted to connect the VPN, it throws the same message and the configuration which I changed from “LocalUsersOnly” to “AllowRemoteUsers” is revoked.
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