Cisco ASA Group Policy configuration

Posted on 2009-04-21
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Last Modified: 2012-06-22
We have recently started using the SSL VPN access as well as the AnyConnect client.  Currently when a user logs off from the SSL session the AnyConnect client gets removed.  I know through Group Policy attributes that this can be kept installed (svc keep-installer installed) but I do not recall how to get into this.

Thank You for any help
Question by:ITS_Admin
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JFrederick29 earned 2000 total points
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Here is an example.  Set it in the "webvpn" menu within the group-policy in question.

group-policy <name> attributes
 svc keep-installer installed


Author Comment

ID: 24198575
I have the command set but am unable to input it from the command line.

group-policy test attributes
svc keep-installer installed

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