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Transparent Sign-On with AnyConnect Client -- Possible?

richardfinnie
Beginner
Beginner

Good Morning folks!

We are re-evaluating our current VPN infrastructure and are trying to implement a "seamless" user experiece (with Windows 7). In my current testing I have implemented "SBL" but the process isn't seamless, the user still needs to logon to VPN first. I have also tried "Always-On" but again the user still needs to login. Is there anyway around this? Anyone else out there have a seamless experience where a user just needs to log into the machine with their standard Active Directory credentials and everything else is transparent?

Thx.

Rick

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Herbert Baerten
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi Richard,

at the moment, you can't do this. There is an enhancement request to make it possible, but this has not been implemented yet:

CSCsm08815    SBL credential pass to MS login (SSO)

I suggest to talk to your Cisco account team to get this prioritized, if desired.

Has there been any resolution on this yet.  I am having saming issue where I want one login for the end users.

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