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Re: AMP Enabler Profile Edit Errors

Ah OK thanks for the update. I didn't think to ask that. I almost never log into an ASA with less than level 15 privilege so it's not something I generally consider.

 

I wouldn't have thought you could upgrade the ASDM with only level 2 privilege.

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Re: AMP Enabler Profile Edit Errors

Hi Marvin,

I upgraded the ASDM via the CLI, so that has the privilege level 15.

 

Also can you please refer the https://supportforums.cisco.com/t5/advanced-malware-protection-amp/amp-for-endpoints-installation-failed-due-to-the-following/m-p/3207985#M536

 

which is i am facing another issue with the below errors, if possible share your recommendation for the possible failure of this issue.

 

AMP for endpoints installation failed due to the following reason - The installed process timed out.

The FA installer failed as it took too long to respond

InstallFireAMPConnector failed with the following error - The installer process timed out.

 

Thanks,

Ramesh

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Re: I think I see the problem.

Hello, Marvin 

 

I need install AMP with Anyconnect, but no find an example the xml profile for AMP, You know where find it ?

Regards

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Re: I think I see the problem.

The XML profile for the AMP module is very short as it just directs the client to the portal (or a web server you host internally ) with the installer package. You can create it using the Cisco AnyConnect Profile Editor, using the installer location (URL) from your AMP console.

It looks like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<FAProfile xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="FAProfile.xsd" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
	<FAConfiguration>
	<Install>
	<WindowsConnectorLocation>https://console.amp.cisco.com/install_packages/<redacted>/download?product=WindowsProduct</WindowsConnectorLocation>
	<MacConnectorLocation></MacConnectorLocation>
	<StartMenu>true</StartMenu>
	<DesktopIcon>false</DesktopIcon>
	<ContextIcon>true</ContextIcon>
	</Install>
	</FAConfiguration>
</FAProfile>

 

 

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Re: I think I see the problem.

Thanks Marvin, You know where can get the Cisco AnyConnect Profile Editor ?

regards
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Re: I think I see the problem.

It's on the AnyConnect downloads page here:

https://software.cisco.com/download/home/286281283/type/282364313/release/4.8.03052

Look for filename:

tools-anyconnect-win-4.8.03052-profileeditor-k9.msi

(name will vary over time with the current release number)