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Is it possible to specify a Group Profile to connect to using the Cisco AnyConnect client?  

The "Connect To" box lets me fill in the server, but I can't see a place to enter the group.  
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by:Istvan Kalmar
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Hi,

Did you added the 'vpn-tunnel-protocol svc' to another group policies?

Best regards,
Istvan
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You have to provide an alias for the groups that you want to select from and then in the AnyConnect configuration page check the box to "Allow user to select connection profile, identified by its alias. on the logon page". Next time you connect you should get a drop-down selection of the groups.
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