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Cisco VPN client update push using ASA

Cisco VPN client update push using ASA

RE: Cisco VPN client update push using ASA

I assume: based on the thread, you are talking about Cisco AnyConnect VPN client.

I recently updated all client from version 2.2 to version 2.5.

Following is my way and it is working for me.

First you need to downnload the package from Cisco.
Second, you use ASDM to upload the package to the ASA
Third, I SSH into the ASA and changed a line

 enable outside
 svc image disk0:/anyconnect-win-2.5.0217-k9.pkg <<<<-- change this line.  
 svc enable

save the config and that was what I did. There may be other way to do it with the ASDM. But this was the way I did and it works.

Hope this help!

RE: Cisco VPN client update push using ASA

Thanks for the insight on what needs to be added in the configuration. Now the real question is: Does it require the user to have administrative privileges to install the VPN client software updates?

RE: Cisco VPN client update push using ASA

^^Try it ?


RE: Cisco VPN client update push using ASA

strtrk88: This is a Windows question! I never ran into this issue. The update is automatic. I agree with ISPKing. Please try it.  

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