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cmiddl1 (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
30 Nov 11 10:02
Hi,

Just need so assistance with configuring my Cisco ASA 5505 for remote user access and having it be able to authenticate to my Windows 2003 AD domain so that I have access to network apps.

We are running Windows XP(SP3) and Windows 7(32/64-bit) on the remote systems that need to connect.  Any tips, road maps to how to's would be appreciated.  Note: I was able to connect to the ASA's "inside" interface as a test, using the Cisco VPN Client software.  We probably will be using the Cisco AnyConnect VPN software in the future.

Thanks.

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