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ASA 5510 anyconnect config walkthrough appears wrong.

I am trying to setup an ASA 5510 for anyconnect. 

I was using the document: http://www.cisco.com/image/gif/paws/99756/asa8.x_anyconnect_vpn.pdf

which looks the same as:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6120/products_configuration_example09186a00808efbd2.shtml

I get to step 3:

  • Click Configuration, and then click Remote Access VPN.

  • Expand Network (Client) Access, and then choose SSL VPN Connection Profiles.

  • There is no SSL VPN Connection Profiles.

    It all goes downhill after that.

    Show version shows:

    Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 8.2(2)

    Device Manager Version 6.4(5)206

    Compiled on Mon 11-Jan-10 14:19 by builders

    System image file is "disk0:/asa822-k8.bin"

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    ASA 5510 anyconnect config walkthrough appears wrong.

    TO be more specific since there seem to be slight differences in the documents:

    Step 3. Enable Anyconnect Access
    
    ASDM Procedure
    1.    Click Configuration, and then click Remote Access VPN.
    2.    Expand Network (Client) Access, and then choose SSL VPN Connection Profiles.
    

    There is no SSL VPN Connection Profiles - I assume it is called AnyConnect Connection Policies.

    Then on the step labeled :

    Configure Access List Bypass for VPN Connections
    When you enable this option, you allow the SSL/IPsec clients to bypass the interface access list. 
    ASDM Procedure 
    1.    Click Configuration, and then click Remote Access VPN. 
    2.    Expand Network (Client) Access, and then expand Advanced. 
    3.    Expand SSL VPN, and choose Bypass Interface Access List.

    There is no SSL VPN.  I'm just not sure what this option has changed to.

    Finally:

    Step 6: Create a Connection Profile and Tunnel Group for the AnyConnect Client Connections
    ASDM Procedure
    1.    Click Configuration, and then click Remote Access VPN.
    2.    Expand Network (Client) Access, and then expand SSL VPN.
    

    There isn't an SSL VPN there.  No idea what this refers to.  The CLI version appears to work.

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