Unable to connect to VPN using AnyConnect

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  • Forrest Smith

    Ben - 

     

    Does your boss have a CloudReady laptop or some other version of Chromium?

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  • Ben Barlow

    My boss has a chromebook running ChromeOS.

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  • Forrest Smith

    Ben - 

    Does you Boss use his Chromebook independently, or is it managed by your organization? There may be certain setting configured by the MGMT console that allow VPN use that your machine does not have because it is not managed..

     

    We don't have a lot of experience using different, specific VPNs with CloudReady. To really understand the problem we would need you to give us info to connect to your VPN, which I imagine is a bit insecure your company...

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  • Ben Barlow

    My Boss's chromebook is NOT managed. 

    Is it possible to try an older version of CloudReady?

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  • Ian Richardson

    I'm also have this issue using both the AnyConnect and native l2tp IPSec connection.  VPN seems to connect but I cant see any IP information about the VPN and can't route anywhere

     

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  • Forrest Smith

    Hey all!

     

    Good news - as you can read here, Neverware's most-excellent team of engineers have gotten VPNs working (specifically tested on AnyConnect!

     

    Update and/or reinstall now to try it!

     

    NOTE: this will not work for VPNs that require hardware-backed certificates -that functionality depends on TPM, which we are working on currently. 

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