Failed To Download Anyconnect Vpn Profile ((EXCLUSIVE))
when i initiate _Ip_Address i authenticate with the username/password created above, Anyconnect is installed and i am connected, but profile is no tis downloaded, because i see no change on my Anyonnect Screen to request for a certificate. it remains the same, as no profile is available.
failed to download anyconnect vpn profile
In Windows 7 client, the AnyConnect profile (xml file) gets downloaded into %ProgramData%\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client\Profile automatically when it works as you desire. In cases where one wants to not automatically download (e.g., pre-deployment scenario), it can be manually copied into that location. If you do that, it will at least validate the profile works.
When you go to login through the AC client, what is in the "Connect To:" box? It may be an issue regarding the AC profile that gets downloaded after successfully logging in and downloading the client via web portal.
Using the profile editor: The VPN profile editor can be downloaded from the AnyConnect Settings page on dashboard or on Cisco.com. The profile editor only runs on Windows operating systems. The screenshot below shows a configured server ton the Server List Entry option.
The "Certificate Validation Failure" error occurs when an obsolete XML profile is deployed on the connecting client. To remove this error, manually erase the XML profile from the computer and restart the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client. The location of the XML profile varies on the operating system, see below: Operating system Profile location Windows XP %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client\Profile Windows 7 %ProgramData%\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client\Profile Windows Vista %ProgramData%\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client\Profile Linux /opt/cisco/anyconnect/profile The new XML profile will be downloaded upon the next successfull authentication through the VPN.Certificate Enrollment Failure The "Certificate enrollment failed." error occurs when the Cisco AnyConnect Client fails to enroll for a certificate on behalf of the user. If you get this error, please contact DPDHL IT Services through your local DPDHL contact providing your username. Certificate Enrollment stuck at "Request forwarded" If the Cisco AnyConnect Client is stuck at the step shown above for a few minutes without any progress, it means that the client is unable to obtain and download the certificate. If you get this error, first close AnyConnect client and start it again (right-click on the AnyConnect icon in the taskbar and click :Quit". After restarting AnyConnect, if the same problem presist, please contact DPDHL IT Services through your local DPDHL contact providing your username. Collecting troubleshooting dataThe Cisco AnyConnect VPN client comes with a DART module (Diagnostics and Reporting Tool) used to collect client and system data when resolving connection issues. To access DART interface, click on the highlighted icon in the Cisco AnyConnect connection window, see below:
The remote user will be able to download the anyconnect VPN client from the ASA so we need to store it somewhere. Each operating system has a different installation file and we need to have them on the flash memory of the ASA:
The client tries to download the Anyconnect automatically, this is because of the anyconnect ask none default anyconnect command that we used. Since we are using a self-signed certificate you will get the following error message:
The table below lists any known issues we are tracking.IssueDetected date or versionFixed date or versionStatusDell has Discontinued Dell Command Update (Classic) and is now only providing the Universal installer. Please move to the Dell Command Update for Windows Universal product within Patch My PC, and republish the App/Update if detection issues are found. Patch My PC will automatically migrate customers using these products to a new "Dell Command Update for Windows Universal" product with the next major release, 18.104.22.168, of the Patch My PC Publisher in December.11/29/2022.214.171.124FixedDell Command Update GUI is a UWP application that doesn't get installed at all during OSD, or if there is not a user logged on if you do it post-OSD.Dell support are aware, however please contact them to increase attention and awareness until a fix is released.11/29/2022N/AKnown issueLatest version of Autodesk Revit 2023 unavailable due to size. The cab file format that WSUS utilizes for updates has a maximum size of 2GB, and the latest Revit 2023 update is over 3GB.Vote or share your feedback on this feature request: Support products larger than 2GB.11/4/2022N/AKnown issueErrors May Occur installing Adobe Acrobat updates in Intune.Republish the ConfigMgr App, Intune App, or Intune Update and Sync to fix this issue.10/12/202210/12/2022FixedErrors may occur when deleting Intune Apps/Updates or gathering Intune Deployment Statistics when on GCC High (System.ObjectDisposedException)N/A126.96.36.199FixedTeamViewer is randomizing part of the download binary on every download of their .exe, causing a hash mismatch. Patch My PC is investigating workarounds.8/22/2022TeamViewer has rolled back the change on 9/08/2022FixedCustomers with the Publisher installed on Windows Server 2012 R2 or older, certain products may fail to download. PatchMyPC.log and alerts report "The request was aborted: Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel." This is because These web servers only allow particular TLS ciphers that are not supported in IE components for Windows Server 2012 R2 and older. Currently Affected Products Include:TechSmith Products, Tableau Products, and Cisco WebExWorkaround: manually download the installer for Snagit or Camtasia, store it in your Local Content Repository, and enable the option to Check the local content repository for content files before attempting to download content files from the internet. Patch My PC recommends upgrading from Server 2012R2 to a newer Windows Server version if possible, as we are seeing a trend of vendors moving their downloads to ciphers unsupported on Windows Server 2012R2N/AN/AKnown issueAuto-publishing rules configured for WSUS/ConfigMgr updates, with any custom options set in the dropdown beside it, will produce continuous alerts and log entries in PatchMyPC.log to republish the updates meeting the auto-publishing rule threshold.Workaround: Apply custom actions at the All Products or vendor level in the Updates tab. This will apply the custom actions to all child items including those not yet enabled. These will still be applied to child items automatically enabled by auto-publishing.1.5.1 or 1.8.02.0.5.0FixedWhen adding a single right-click option (Pre/Post Script, MST File, etc.) on ConfigMgr Apps, the content will be updated but the command line may not be updated accordingly.2.0.0.02.0.0.1FixedThe Patch My PC Publisher may attempt to revise an update on every sync. This occurs when an update has been republished twice, the Publisher checks the wrong revision for changes and attempts to change it every sync2.0.0.02.0.3.0FixedTeamViewer update may fail if the "Prevent the end-user from opening an application while the application is updating" is selected under "Manage Conflicting Processes"188.8.131.52N/AFixedAuto-enable feature of Intune Scanning may cause duplicate Win32 apps to be published within Intune. This would occur if some applications were found in an Intune scan, and a ConfigMgr scan.184.108.40.206FixedMSP-based products do not support most right-click custom actions due to WSUS applicability.1.0.0.02.1.11.2FixedZoom Meetings may upgrade to the newly released 64-bit version when the 32-bit version was installed, which may cause settings to revert to defaults. From 3/29/2021 to 4/1/2021, Patch My PC offered the 64-bit version of Zoom Meetings 5.6.1 in place of the 32-bit version of Zoom Meetings. If this update was synced and deployed during this time, 32-bit versions of Zoom Meetings would be upgraded to 64-bit versions, this does not break the functionality of the application but my revert settings to default.The 4/1/2021 catalog release replaced the 64-bit update with the proper 32 and 64 bit updates for Zoom Meetings, these updates now detect the architecture of Zoom Meetings that is installed and will install the appropriate version as applicable.5.6.1 (3/29/2021)5.6.1 (4/1/2021)FixedBug when selecting scopes: If a user attempts to set scopes at the Vendor or All Products level in ConfigMgr, upon closing and reopening the publisher, the App tree will not show any applications at all.2.0.3.02.0.4.0FixedAn error occurred while testing TCP port.: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it :80 [[System.Net.Sockets.SocketException]]2.0.3.02.0.4.1FixedThe Publisher will Publish an Intune Application, or Intune Update if found during a scan, despite being marked to 'Exclude from auto-publishing'2.0.0.02.0.4.2FixedSoftware may be marked for revision during every sync of the Publisher. This would occur when PreventConflictingProcessRestart was in use and the KillProcess was set instead of Notify.2.0.1.02.0.4.2FixedThe '...delay the in-place application upgrade by...' does not respect all configuration options such as 'Retain up to # previously created applications'Various220.127.116.11FixedUser Based ConfigMgr Applications may default to System Type installation in ConfigMgr.2.0.7.02.0.8.0FixedInteraction with the Manage Conflicting Process pop-up may not be possible if "Do not allow user deferral" option is set in Manage Conflicting Processes2.0.8.02.0.8.1FixedIntune apps and updates do not use the specified temp directory for downloads1.7.0.02.0.8.2FixedWebhook Option to send to Slack may be reverted to Teams upon opening the Patch My PC Publisher GUIWorkaround: When opening the Publisher and using Slack Webhooks, reset the option to Slack before saving and closing the Publisher.2.0.8.02.0.8.2FixedManage Conflicting Processes may fail to enumerate the blocking processes causing the UI to close, and kill the blocking process unexpectedly. 2.0.1.02.0.9.0FixedManage Role Scope tags will fail if a non-existent scope is associated with a ConfigMgr app.18.104.22.168FixedIntune assignment only allows a group to be specified once.1.7.0.02.1.6.35FixedThe 'Manage Conflicting Process' UI shows 'install' language instead of 'update' language when performing an Intune Update2.0.8.02.0.9.2FixedConfigMgr apps may have their content refreshed every sync if a PreCommandArg, UninstallPostCommandArg, or PostCommandArgUninstall are specified2.0.8.02.0.9.1FixedThe 'Prevent the end-user from opening an application while the application is updating' option when used with an Intune app or update may result in a 'Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file....' error message.2.0.5.02.0.9.2FixedConfigMgr application may revise every sync.22.214.171.124.0.9.2FixedSome products published to WSUS report as failed installation from the clients, however the software is actually updated successfully on the client. This currently impacts Adobe Digital Editions, Nextcloud, and Dell Command Update for Windows. This is because in the catalogue custom defined success exit codes failed to publish correct to WSUS using the Publisher. These products used non-standard successful exit codes.Various126.96.36.199FixedIf 'Delay in-place upgrade' and 'App retention' are enabled for ConfigMgr apps you may see duplicate applications created188.8.131.52.1.0.1Fixed'Recreate Detection Script' does not populate the correct registry hive for User based apps in ConfigMgr2.0.8.02.1.0.1FixedApplication uninstallation may report failure if the uninstall process creates a child process causes ScriptRunner to exit prior to uninstallation completing1.02.1.0.1FixedPublisher may fail to properly parse product parameters which contain nested quotes causing continuous revisions or errors when parsing argumentsVarious184.108.40.206FixedWhen you republish an Intune application the icon is not set.220.127.116.11.1.1.1FixedOrganization Name is not set properly for ConfigMgr applications.2.1.0.02.1.1.1FixedWhen 'override manual assignment changes' is checked for an Intune product, and you have an 'exclude' assignment the Publisher will fail to process all assignments. 2.0.5.02.1.1.1Fixed"Republish" does not compare the hash of scripts and files for ConfigMgr2.1.1.02.1.1.1Fixed"Republish" may cause multiple republish operations for the same product to happen if used across multiple tabs.2.1.1.02.1.1.2FixedRequired deployments, including task sequence installs, of ConfigMgr Application for Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Continuous (x64) fail with exit code 150201. Clicking "retry" and available deployments succeed.Workaround: set the user experience option on the deployment type to "Allow users to view and interact with the program installation". Note that this workaround may not work to fix the application installing in a Task SequenceAdobe Acrobat Reader DC Continuous (x64)N/AKnown issueRepublishing an Intune application or Update which has existing assignments may cause the assignment to be deleted. It will be recreated during the following sync.2.1.1.02.1.3.0FixedThe "Delay in-place upgrade" feature is used for ConfigMgr applications the delay may be off by one day if the server is configured with certain timezones.Various18.104.22.168FixedManage Conflicting Processes may fail to launch if the 'First notification delayed +...' setting is used and the client device has a culture with a short-date format that is not parsable by the en-US datetime parse methodVarious22.214.171.124FixedRepublishing a ConfigMgr application removes application supersedence relationships.126.96.36.199.1.3.0FixedRepublishing a ConfigMgr application breaks the Manage Conflicting Process option to use 'ConfigMgr app max run time'188.8.131.52.1.3.0FixedManage ESP (Enrollment Status Page) within the Publisher throws a 403 forbidden error. AllAllFixedPowerShell Requirement Script for Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Continuous (en-US) fails to code sign properly. We are aware of and working to resolve this encoding issue.All184.108.40.206FixedPatch My PC tries to publish to Intune even if it is not configured, returning a message in the log similar to "Syncing: %3CEnterTenantDomainHere%3E..."2.1.4.02.1.5.0FixedPause does not account for postponed binaries. If there is an exist postponed binary it will publish even if a pause is set.2.1.4.02.1.5.0FixedScriptrunner may fail to find the uninstall string in the registry for some products.2.1.4.02.1.5.0FixedScriptrunner may fail to validate an installation after the installer completes causing a 3 minute delay after installation completes. 2.1.4.02.1.5.0FixedVersion will not be appended to retained ConfigMgr applications when 'Update existing application's metadata...' is set2.1.5.02.1.6.0FixedConfigMgr applications will fail to install with error code 0x80070057.2.1.6.3220.127.116.11FixedIf an existing product has a new Patch My PC defined pre/post script added the Publisher will edit the command line, but not add the file to the package.Various18.104.22.168Fixed 350c69d7ab