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Cisco ASA Anyconnect Self Signed Certificate

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I am looking to deploy an ASA self-signed Cisco anyconnect cert to about 200 machines. Can someone point me to where to cert should be stored on the local laptop?

Laptop OS: WIn7/Win10
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by:Spencer Scherer
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Follow this guide and it will tell you how/where to install the cert.  it's actually installed on the asa and downloaded by the clients by connecting to the IP via browser.  Let me know if you have any issues!

https://supportforums.cisco.com/blog/152941/anyconnect-certificate-based-authentication
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by:EKITA
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Sorry. my question was worded incorrectly. I am looking to download the self-signed cert off an ASA and deploy to end user so they do not get the "untrusted certificate" error every time they connect.

I know the best fix is getting a proper cert but due to other circumstances in the environment, we can buy a valid cert just yet.
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The client ended up purchasing a 3rd party cert
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best option
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