If you upload a newer Anyconnect client to the ASA/FTD headend then all users will auto-upgrade....unless you configure the client to bypass downloader (using the local anyconnect policy). This local anyconnect policy would need to be deployed to the users.
The best way to upgrade specific users or groups is to use your software management tools, such as SCCM which can target users/groups.
yes you can do this. I agree there are issues I encounter when doing a upgrade the headend vpn anyconnect. where some remote user upgraded to new version of anyconnect with no issue however, on the other end we had remote user who were not able to upgrade to new version.
There are two thing you can do.
1. use SCCM to push the anyconnect new version software with help of your server team.
2. set the priority of anyconnect version to use on your asa.
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