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I have version 4.4 of the AnyConnect client installed on an OSX Yosemite Macbook. It fails to connect to our SSL VPN stating login error (Even thought the username and password combo used works on a Windows client machine) any ideas why this might be?
%ASA-6-113004: AAA user authentication Successful : server = 10.34.1.201 : user = ssl-test %ASA-6-113013: AAA unable to complete the request Error : reason = Invalid password : user = ssl-test
We use DUO two factor authentication. This all works great through the Windows client. Not sure what the OSX client is doing different here.
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