I am trying to implement local printing for our remote users who are using corporate laptops running AnyConnect v4.7 setup for always on.
I have read various parts of the ASA5525X ASDM help files on this topic and they are a tad confusing. In one paragraph it says to apply the AnyConnect_Client_Local_Print ACL to the Public Network Rule while later it says to create a similar ACL and apply it to the Private Network Rule. Then elsewhere I see a note that says Local LAN Access must be enabled with an ACL permitting any any. To make things even more puzzling, the first ACE in the auto-generated AnyConnect_Client_Local_Print ACL is a deny ip any any followed by rules for network printing? What sense does that make?
Can anyone clear this up for me? What exactly must I do to make this work?
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