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Installing AnyConnect client replaced WebVPN portal on Cisco ASA 5510

Posted on 2013-01-24
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I've recently uploaded and configured the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client to replace the old IPSec client and little did I realize was that it was going to replace the WebVPN portal that I had before - which had links to my network shared drive and other internal resources.

What currently displays is a logon page with the AnyConnect-VPN group policy and then brings one to a page to begin installation of the AnyConnect VPN client.  This is not desired behavior.  

I'd primarily like to retain the web-based interface to the network shared drive and such that I had before, and if possible, make a separate link to the AnyConnect client install page.

I have attached the relevant piece of my ASA config.  

webvpn.txt

I hesitate to make any changes without guidance in fear of breaking the AnyConnect VPN client as we are transitioning off of the IPSec client to AnyConnect.  Any help is greatly appreciated.
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