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migrate vpn users from a Cisco 3000 VPN concentrator to a Cisco ASA 5520

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Have anyone ever done this?..what would be the easiest way to migrate vpn users from a Cisco 3000 VPN concentrator to a Cisco ASA 5520
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If they are using the Cisco VPN client, just email them the updated pcf file file from your c:\program files\cisco\VPN client\Profiles directory and have them place it in tat directory.
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I was more concerned about the 3000 being more a webbase gui over the ASA CLI...and migrating my groups from the 3000 to the ASA.
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So use the ADSM on the ASA.  It is web based also.
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this wasnt exact what I was looking for..but, I found it. Thanks
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Did you use the ADSM or what?
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