Managing Cisco Anyconnect VPN Clients through SCCM 2012 System Center Confiuration Manager
Just wondering if anybody has any clarity on this one. Via SCCM 2012 I have been asked to support clients over Cisco Anyconnect VPN. I have added the vpn subnets as a boundry and added them to boundry groups in SCCM but the client will not recieve advertised deployments or doesn't seem to have connectivity. I cant ping or remote desktop to the vpn subnet so I can't see if the machine internally.
I'm quite new to the SCCM 2012 System so I have a couple of areas I wan't to investigate and need to know I'm looking in the right area, if anybody can help.
Any firewall ports or policies that need to be in place at a network level to allow clear communication between the management point and the client over vpn?
Any log files I should look at to review connectivity and activity between sccm and client?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Also, you have effectively duplicated some tags:
SCCM Client Center, Configuration Manager, System Center Configuration Manager, Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). - anonymous_9363 9 years ago