Hello Jack, You wrote this post about 8 months ago. We have three machines that use AnyConnect a Mac, a Win7, and my Win8 with the same vpn service and mine is the only one with this problem. Does anyone know what is causing this problem to get the client to simply launch? I think the best immediate solution would be to return your surface rt and buy a surface pro that will fill your needs instead of buying the cheaper version of the os and complaining that it doesn't do stuff that it very clearly states it wasn't going to do when you purchased it. It doesn't matter what Microsoft's narrow intent for this platform is or was, what matters is what customers want to do with it. . That's an enterprise issue for us. Very disappointed, since that is the main reason I bought it.
I suggest you contact Cisco for help. This offering provides installers for Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client version 4. If I worked like this at my job I wouldn't have one. You can install or repair the component on the local computer. Make sure to use Enable this fix it side of button to do the fixing.
Attempt to log in with the named server address and your credentials. This is just half-assed same usual attitude from Microsoft. If anyconnect was available I would had my hands on the nokia as soon as it shipped. If it gives you certificate warnings, allow it to be accepted and trusted. You can also go right to the order by clicking on the Order Details link in the upper right of your WebStore email receipt if you have that handy.
Here is another way which may be easier to follow through and work. Before editing, the entry was oem38. I dont want a pro 3 since i already have a laptop, touch screen, compact ,good bat life and the keyboard is also better with the ability to use it on my lap. Check Device Manager It is possible that Windows Device Manager shows that the Cisco AnyConnect adapter is showing as disabled. Customers who want this functionality should contact Microsoft to express their interest.
I disabled Defender and the Firewall temporarily, but that did not resolve the issue. I've run across many threads like this on the regular community forum, and the above statement from Cisco is what I've suspected all along. All the others were paid software or paid upgrades. I upgraded to Window 8. Install or Upgrade the Client Software First, install the software. I got connected, I could reach my work servers. Cisco has an open request with Microsoft on this topic.
Also did the regedit update reference, but no success either. Can we expect this issue to get resolved soon? I could not connect, same as everyone else so I. Then I was able to connect. Even on Surface Pro, there was the initial issue of Citric Receiver not working for many Citrix users to be able to effective use the surface. I should have just bought an iPad.
These things would fly off the shelves with a fix. I've been researching for days now and I haven't found a solution. I love the Surface 2, I've had it since Christmas, and I am looking forward to being able to use my Surface 2 for work one day soon. I just recently bought my Surface, and I am just finding out that I can not use it to connect to my work intranet. They don't care about their customers, and will tell you to purchase an Android or iPad - not realizing the functionality gained by using a Surface. Sorry, but that is not a good customer service response. I have a Surface 2, and I really love it, but I am leaning toward returning it because my enterprise only supports AnyConnect as well.
Apply the setting directly to the vpnui. Simple test will be to use the ad account on another machine where the vpn client works or use another ad account thats is connecting fine with cisco vpn client on another machine. Where does one have to post about this to get Microsoft to actually listen?? I am not giving up hope. After researching a little bit more, I came across with a solution from a Microsoft forums that resolved the issue on Windows 8. I gave up and went back to Windows 8 on my Surface Pro.
It will usually contain garbage before it. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer. You might try one machine as a trial and see if it does what you want. That also means, if you have a shortcut pinned on the taskbar, changing the compatibility mode on the pinned shortcut is not going to fix the problem for you. Did you try to enable compatibility mode for Anyconnect Client? Be sure to scroll down below in download links to view information located in the yellow section.