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Cisco Anyconnect won't connect

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I am trying to connect a Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client to my ASA 5505.  I have two Laptop users working fine.  I setup a new user and Laptop client,  but it won't connect. It says the login failed.  I even try logons I know work and they dont  so I suspect it is in the client config but where do I start?  
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by:Kvistofta
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what is happening in the ASA? Are you authenticating users locally or external (radius or similar)?

deb aaa authen
deb radius
deb webvpn svc

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anoopkmr earned 500 total points
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do have enough license for ssl vpn peers ? by default its 2 Nos

one reason could be maximum session has reached .
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by:Tim_233
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That's it.  Never dawned on me to check that.  I just assumed the 25 included ssl.   thanks a lot.
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Good observation, anoopkmr! Well done!

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