I am trying to figure out a way to attach the .xml file I created with the profile editor in Kace. I am able to deploy the client with no issues at all but I figured there would have to be a way to include the default ip that the client needs to connect to, right? Currently, I have the .xml file attached in the scripting tab as a dependancy but apparently I'm not doing something quite right. Any advise would be appreciated.

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I install it from a batch file which installs the client then copies the xml file:

msiexec /qr /i C:\run\anyconnect1\anyconnect-win-3.0.blah-blah-blah.msi
copy <Location of custom xml file> "C:\Users\All Users\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client\Profile\" 

...profile location differs by version of AnyConnect client of course but this populates the address for me...

Answered 06/12/2012 by: etipton
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Are you saying that you are looking for a way to copy the AnyConnect profile.xml file from script dependency to some other location ?

Answered 06/12/2012 by: AbhayR
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  • Well that the thing... Im not sure that I'm even doing this properly in the first place. I created a new scripted install for our Cisco AnyConnect client and I am able to silently deploy the package. I downloaded the AnyConnect editor and plugged in the address to our server. It gave me a .xml file. I then went into the K1000 and tried to add that xml as a dependency hoping that the ip address would already be populated in the AnyConnect client upon initial launch. I need to have our vpn address auto populate so the users just have to press connect and update the new install. Is that even possible?
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