Failed To Get Configuration From Secure Gateway Cisco Anyconnect. Users stating that a profile which has been working is now giving some users the message failed to get configuration from secure gateway. Marking anyconnect vpn profile for update.
I’d been messing around with the profile xml file associated with my anyconnect grouppolicy. On linux or macos, create a file in the following path using the sudo touch command: Unable to get the available csd version from the secure gateway. conditions:
Failed To Install Anyconnect Secure Mobility Client 3.1.12020 Because The Anyconnect Client Service Is Not Responding.
Well luckily i’d just made a change so i could focus on the right area straight away. Cisco anyconnect posture assessment failed. I’d been messing around with the profile xml file associated with my anyconnect grouppolicy.
Please Contact Your Network Administrator.' Conditions:
Anyconnect secure mobility downloader failed to get configuration from secure gateway. You will have to disable it in order to fix the problem. We see the following error messages in the dart logs :
Go Back To The.tmpl File, Save A Copy As An.xml File, And Use That Xml File As The Default Profile.
1) the anyconnect client version 2.5.6005 or lower is referenced on the asa. The secure gateway has terminated the vpn connection.the following message was received from the secure gateway:idle timeout. Attempting an automatic install and configuration via a web portal does not work either:
Failed To Get Configuration Because Anyconnect Cannot Confirm It Is Connected To Your Secure Gateway.
Go back to the.tmpl file, save a copy as an.xml file, and use that xml file as the default profile. Unable to get the available csd version from the secure gateway. conditions: After that i was able to run anyconnect automatic install on any windows 8.1.
Contact Your System Administrator. From Dart Logs:
Anyconnect unable to modify its local profile. So, be sure, that anyconnect profile (usually,.xml file) is on the flash of second asa (use command dir for verification), and this profile is configured under webvpn section: So i've opened a service request with cisco and they asked me to run the commands below in my asa: