Cisco AnyConnect Client Giving a Warning

amigan_99
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I've just started working with Cisco AnyConnect VPN client. It's giving me an error that AnyConnect cannot verify server foo.ya. See the attached screen grab. What must I add at the ASA and/or at the client machine so that we don't see this error? Thank you.
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You could allow the connection with the 'change settings' button, this will remove the red error, but will keep asking you to connect, since the certificate you used can not be trusted. I'm assuming you are using a self signed certificate? If so, you can import the certificate on your client system. Another option is to use a certificate issued by an official certification authority.
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For your users it would be easiest to get a third party certificate. It safes you the hassle of having to import the selfsigned certificate into every client.
There are free options around: https://www.startssl.com/
If I remember correctly, the free certificate here should be enough for the ASA.
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I was able to get an updated AnyConnect that worked with Win 10. I also found a registry hack that permits Cisco IPSec client to work with Windows 10. http://itthatshouldjustwork.blogspot.com/2015/07/cisco-64-bit-vpn-client-on-windows-10.html

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