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Who has an active connection of my Cisco ASA 5505

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We are using the Cisco Client software to make a VPN connection to our Cisco ASA 5505. I have setup accounts for each user on the ASA. Is there a way I can see which users have an active connection to the ASA?

I don't know much about this. Someone setup the ASA for us and showed me how to use the ASDM to add VPN users.
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In ADSM select monitoring from the top left hand side
Select VPN from the ribbon menu, then under VPN Statistics look at Sessions
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try

show vpn-sessiondb  detail remote

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