I use Cisco AnyConnect on a Mac to connect to more than one host. However, the AnyConnect client will only remember the host name and group for the last host to which was connected. (Apparently it does this by saving the information from the last connection in an invisible file in my home folder called ~/.anyconnect) How can I have the hostname popup list more than one server?
In regards to your latter suggestion, I find an item named AnyConnectProfile.xsd in the folder /opt/cisco/anyconnect/profile. It looks like XML but all its entries start with <xs:
Do I add your profile as a separate document to this folder and, if so, what do I call it? I suppose the idea is to add to duplicate the entries for hostname, hostaddress, and Usergroup as needed for each server within a single profile file, correct?
Thanks Karsten! I was able to get it to work by placing two XML files in /opt/cisco/anyconnect/profile/ like you said. However, for some reason I had to leave the <UserGroup> entry blank because it caused an error for both servers.