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Cisco AnyConnect - How to limit what machines can successfully connect to AnyConnect

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So I have a Cisco ASA5510 configured for remote access VPN (AnyConnect).  All employees who are authorized to work from home have a company laptop that they should be using.  What I know happens sometimes is that certain users install AnyConnect on their personal PC at home, and connect that way.  How can I stop this?  I only want company issued laptops to be able to connect to AnyConnect and access my network.
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Add certs on the company laptops/machines
Securing Cisco SSL VPN's with Certificates
Then personal machines won't be able to connect :)
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