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Cisco AnyConnect Client]]> [VUE18]1 22.214.171.124 Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client Release 4.8.0 (Jun 19 2018 16:58:40 +0200)Wed, 21 May 2018 16:08:36 +0200https://forums.cisco.com/t5/vpn-clients/cisco-anyconnect-release-4-8-0-in-windows/m-p/1906688#M55987
https://forums.cisco.com/t5/vpn-clients/cisco-anyconnect-release-4-8-0-in-windows/m-p/1906688#M55987Daniel (from VUE18)2012-01-02T05:41:44ZRe: VUE18: 126.96.36.199 Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client Release 4.8.0 (Jun 19 2018 16:58:40 +0200)I have to agree with everyone who's commented on this post, it is a huge step backwards. I could not get it to work at all and was unable to resolve the issue. Back to the drawing board.
I took a few days to play with this, tried everything, nothing worked. What a waste of time! I ended up with a crappy client that I had to remove. Not even sure if I will ever use it again.
Go back to the 8.0.1 or any other that works instead.
No real support issues here that I can see.
Finally, the thank to the CLI that the AnyConnect can be set up without a VPN client installed and works without any problem. The only thing I wanted to add here is: try to use IPtables to block port 22, even if the AnyConnect client says that ssl is enabled!
Select the location, and click Next. Cisco AnyConnect will now automatically install the service on the selected computer. You can continue to install the remaining components by clicking Next again. If you are using a 32-bit Windows operating system, Cisco AnyConnect will not install the 32-bit components, only the 64-bit components. If you are using a 64-bit Windows operating system, the 64-bit components of the service will be installed.
Multiple Cisco AnyConnect profiles can be created for any number of Cisco AnyConnect devices. To create multiple profiles, set the profiles you want to include. Then, click the Create Profile button.
On iOS, you can access the profile wizard by opening the main menu, selecting Settings, and then selecting Connection. All of these menus will take you to the Cisco AnyConnect client’s settings.
I recently installed AnyConnect 4.8.0 on a Windows 10 Pro x64 machine and everything is working fine except for the inability to login. The login screen keeps popping up and I can't get past it. I have attempted to reboot several times and update the AnyConnect.plist file several times with no luck.
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