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Cisco Anyconnect

Add updates for Cisco Anyconnect to the catalog.

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  • Jul 1 2019
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  • Jean-Jacques Bouvier commented
    28 Jan, 2021 11:58am


    We need to have this module Cisco ISE Compliance module available in the catalog.

    We already use anyconnect-win-4.9.05042-dart-predeploy-k9, anyconnect-win-4.9.05042-core-vpn-predeploy-k9 and anyconnect-win-4.9.05042-iseposture-predeploy-k9 but anyconnect-win-4.3.1614.6145-isecompliance-predeploy-k9 is missing.

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    Justin Chalfant commented
    21 Feb, 2020 12:00pm

    I separate one for each since they can be independent would be best.

  • Bruce Sa commented
    20 Feb, 2020 05:13pm

    Hi Justin,


    Do you want us to create a request for each one of the components?

    Right now we use the






    If you need anyone else for testing, count me in. I can get any version needed for testing.

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    Justin Chalfant commented
    20 Feb, 2020 03:11pm

    It will be based on customer feedback. You can add a new idea for each module you would like to request.

  • Claudio Mendes commented
    20 Feb, 2020 07:40am

    when are the other modules being added?

  • Claudio Mendes commented
    17 Feb, 2020 09:57am

    we would also be happy to test it

  • Guest commented
    23 Jan, 2020 04:31pm

    i would be happy to test as well.  This would be fantastic to have we just need the base client as well.

  • Joe Van Maldegiam commented
    23 Jan, 2020 01:57am

    I'd be happy to help test

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    Justin Chalfant commented
    23 Jan, 2020 01:50am

    I'm changing this back to Noted. We are running some internal tests with the predeploy-k9 component only. Would any of you be able to opt-in with our team to a test of the update on a small group of machines? We need some test data from machines with the VPN configured and have it upgrade using the MSI.

  • Bruce Sa commented
    17 Jan, 2020 05:14pm

    Any responsible for this cisco platform should know the depencies of their env. I manually pack 4 of the components and deploy them with ConfigMgr manually. It would be nice to have this suite of apps in Patch my PC, at that point it would be like patching Java.

  • Casey O'Rourke commented
    9 Jan, 2020 07:09pm

    I want to chime is as a third on that. We only use the main VPN client file, core-vpn-predeploy-k9. 

    I have no issues with extracting that one MSI into a source folder like what we do with Java. After that, it's an MSI like any other.

  • Nick Greeley commented
    19 Dec, 2019 05:36pm

    Agree with Mark, the components (each MSI) do not all hold dependencies on each other, other than the core MSI having to be there.  The others would be add-ons if you will.  So, take Zoom for example, you have Zoom Meetings, but also have two plugins that can be published.  Liken the Anyconnect suite to being the same thing.  Core being the primary, ISE being an add-on, NVM, Gina, diagnostics all being additional add-ons.  The only difference is that they're all included in a single zip that we then extract and pick and choose which ones are right for environment.

  • Guest commented
    19 Dec, 2019 05:11pm

    We actually only use the core-vpn-predeploy-k9 MSI file, and don't need the others. 

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    Justin Chalfant commented
    19 Dec, 2019 05:07pm

    Hey Nick, one issue is the publishing of software updates only support single files. So even if we did do something like JRE, it wouldn't work because the multiple MSI's.

  • Nick Greeley commented
    19 Dec, 2019 04:18pm

    Hey Justin, not sure how this product would be much different than JRE files.  We (the customer) could download the files to our local content repository (these would be MSI's that we would extract from the zip file) and then select for updating.

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    Justin Chalfant commented
    12 Dec, 2019 09:21pm

    The Zip file, ConfigMgr in-console publishing can't handle zip, and we only add products that will work via all publishing methods.

  • Casey O'Rourke commented
    12 Dec, 2019 06:21pm

    @Justin I currently publish Cisco AnyConnect via SCCM without any issues. You merely extract the zip contents, which include a series of MSI files and profile data, into a source folder and pull from there. What was it that you discovered to be the incompatibility here?

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    Justin Chalfant commented
    26 Oct, 2019 06:48pm

    Hey Everyone,

    Sorry, the windows update schema doesn't support ZIP format. Updates need to be published directly via EXE, MSP, or MSI format. We won't be able to support this product unless the vendor provides a direct MSI format. It also only supports a single file install, so even if the ZIP could be extracted (Only would be available in the publishing service method), it still would be problematic.

  • Claudio Mendes commented
    23 Sep, 2019 06:55am

    msiexec /package anyconnect-win-4.7.01076-core-vpn-predeploy-k9.msi /norestart /passive PRE_DEPLOY_DISABLE_VPN=1 TRANSFORMS=anyconnect-win-disable-customer-experience-feedback.mst /lvx* anyconnect-win-4.7.01076-core-vpn-predeploy-k9-install-datetimestamp.log
    msiexec /package anyconnect-win-4.7.01076-nam-predeploy-k9.msi /norestart /passive /lvx* anyconnect-win-4.7.01076-nam-predeploy-k9-install-datetimestamp.log
    msiexec /package anyconnect-win-4.7.01076-iseposture-predeploy-k9.msi /norestart /passive /lvx* anyconnect-win-4.7.01076-iseposture-predeploy-k9-install-datetimestamp.log
    msiexec /package anyconnect-win-4.7.01076-nvm-predeploy-k9.msi /norestart /passive /lvx* anyconnect-win-4.7.01076-nvm-predeploy-k9-install-datetimestamp.log
    xcopy "ProgramFiles\*.*" "%ProgramFiles%" /Y /F /C /E
    xcopy "ProgramData\*.*" "%ProgramData%" /Y /F /C /E

    msiexec /x {1A68BE0D-4902-444E-AB94-54B79354A719} /norestart /qn
    msiexec /x {E959F39D-1441-48A1-9951-8D84355AC21D} /norestart /qn
    msiexec /x {22913971-76D6-4311-AA01-F514AE473220} /norestart /qn
    msiexec /x {666E92A6-A5B1-4E35-878A-2E218536A3B2} /norestart /qn
    rd /s /q "%ProgramFiles%\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client"
    rd /s /q "%ProgramData%\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client"

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    Justin Chalfant commented
    22 Sep, 2019 04:41pm

    We will evaluate these soon. Any chance any of you who have packaged this as an application and could provide some of the details mentioned here

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