Cisco anyconnect

Hello,

I have been tasked to configure our cisco ASA firewall to accept connections from cisco anyconnect client. I have done this successfully but the problem is that everytime i connect i get an error message stating:

The certificate issuer for this site is untrusted. Would you like to proceed?

Yes    No    view certificate    more info

I cannot have this message appearing for everyone. How do I get this message to stop appearing?
wolfemanjackAsked:
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MikeKaneCommented:
You either need to have everyone trust the issuer (I imaging you have a self signed cert), or you need to purchase a cert for the ASA and load it on there.  

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wolfemanjackAuthor Commented:
there must be some other solution. I use another version of cisco client with no problem.
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MikeKaneCommented:
The other cisco client is an IPSEC client thus does not use certs on the SSL port 443 like the anyconnect does.    Its a different protocol.  

Anyconnect is an SSL vpn client so you get the same warning message that you get when trying to hit a website https with a self signed cert....
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Pro4iaCommented:
no other option than the one MikeKane mentioned.. IPsec works differently than SSL VPN..
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wolfemanjackAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your help
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