I know this can be done with Host Scan or Secure Desktop but unfortunetaly we only have an AnyConnect essentials icense and just can't justify the cost for Premium given our needs.
I would however like to only allow AnyConnect connections from company assets, aka joined to our domain. Can anyone think of a way to do this without AnyConnect Premium licenses. We just don't need all the additional functionality and cost that the premium license brings at this stage.
You should be able to use essentails since premium is required for remediation. You can set the registry key in the host scan settings and map that to a dap policy, here is the path for the registry setting that should let you know if the client is a member of your domain:
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