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i am trying to get my iPhone to connect using the Cisco AnyConnect. I have installed the correct certificate (i believe) but still receiving an error that it requires a client certificate.
I tested the installed certificate by navigating to my vpn connection via safari and it allowed me in. Any ideas what might be the issue?

Thanks

Using iPhone 5 (6.02ios)
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by:progjm
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thank you!
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by:ArneLovius
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If it is asking for a client certificate, I would presume that the configuration on the ASA  requires a client certificate.

A copy of the ASA config would be useful
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Here you go
5510-test.txt
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by:ArneLovius
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From your config

tunnel-group Company-SSL-VPN webvpn-attributes
 authentication aaa certificate

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By having the word "certificate", you are requiring client certificates, to remove the requirement, I woudl try the following in a console session

tunnel-group Company-SSL-VPN webvpn-attributes
 no authentication aaa certificate
 authentication aaa 

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Then exit and save the config
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by:progjm
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Will this conflict with the current users and their SSL certs on laptops?
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It will remove the requirement for client certificates.

Alternatively, use client certificates on the iPhones. Lokking at your config, you are running a CA on your ASA, the iPhones can enrol directly from the ASA in a similar method to laptop clients.
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