It appears that some of our users have been experiencing issues with Anyconnect in regards to connecting to private wifi networks. If they enter the password for the wireless network incorrectly, Anyconnect will just attempt to reconnect to it repeatedly, never prompting them to enter a valid password. Is there a way to allow for a dialog box to let them know the password is incorrect and allow for them to re-enter?
This is using Anyconnect 4.3 and multiple versions of Windows from 7 to 10 Creators.
Unfortunately , this was the same behavior I had seen a while back. I do not think there is a fix for this yet. I recall there being an enhancement request to fix this but cant seem to locate it in my notes. I would open up a TAC case to see if this was ever fixed.
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