M1 Mac AnyConnect 4.10.05095 Unable to load the CSD Library
We just started deploying AnyConnect 4.10.05095 and we're running into a problem with M1 Macs. One of the connection profiles is for our higher security VPN which does a posture check using OPSWAT. When Intel Macs use this profile, it works just fine. When M1 Mac use this profile they get the following error message, "Posture Assessment Failed": Unable to load the CSD library". These same users don't run into a problem when installing 4.10.01075. It apparently gives the error message with 4.10.04071 as well.
Thank you - that turned out to be the problem. I had read the release notes, but clearly did not understand the third column - I thought that had to do with the client. Our network engineers made the update and we're good now.
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