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Mar 5 23:21:19 localhost installd: PackageKit: Extracting file://localhost/Users/rioliu/Downloads/cisco_anyconnect-3.1.02026.pkg#vpn_module.pkg (destination=/var/folders/zz/zyxvpxvq6csfxvn_n0000000000000/Cleanup At Startup/PKInstallSandboxManager/1.sandbox/Root, uid=0)
The Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client web deployment package should be downloaded to the local desktop from which the ASDM access to the ASA is present. In order to download the client package, refer to the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client web page. The web deployment packages for various Operating Systems (OSs) can be uploaded to the ASA at the same time.
But I can no longer see it or have access to this program in my computer. I have used \"Finder\" to look for cisco and anyconnect and nothing comes up. I have searched in my hard drive and again and don't see the Cisco Anyconnect. I just don't know why my computer keeps telling me that it is already installed.
I just installed the AnyConnect client from my company in order to get the stuff I needed to make OpenConnect work, so I did go through the install and might be able to help you out. This was with 3.1.04063, so keep that in mind as I don't know what's different for 4.0. My company has a Windows cifs share with the anyconnect available clients, but they were in a .pkg format. I extracted them with 7-zip on Windows, then copying that folder to somewhere I could get at from Arch.
I used to sort of be able to use the actual anyconnect client, but only from my 32 bit chroot (I'm on x64). And then something seemed to go awry with /etc/resolv.conf or some other network settings, as the successful VPN connection in the chroot didn't seem to translate into my \"actual\" 64 bit environment and thus I couldn't do anything with the internet. Web pages just wouldn't load. Same with a 32 chroot installed browser, though, too... so I'm not sure what the issue was. I could ping, with ridiculously slow return times, but never do anything useful.
We tried to upgrade Anyconnect secure mobility client 4.9.00086 through the SCCM tool on the end-user machines. Some of the users having issues after the upgrade. they are getting below error message. 153554b96e