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    Hiya,

    In order to gain access to my university network remotely I was asked to open a website that would act as a gateway. Upon opening the site I was asked to run a Java application, which installed a Cisco AnyConnect VPN client on the system. However, now I do not need this, but I cannot find a way to uninstall it. It does not appear in the Synaptic Manager or the the ubuntu Software centre, so I cannot find the package to uninstall it. The software does appear in the 'Internet' section in the Application drop down menu and runs without the need of Firefox. I read the Cisco release notes but I could not find a way to uninstall the software. Does anyone else have a clue??

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by Sef; March 4th, 2010 at 06:44 PM. Reason: Changed Font and Color to default

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    Re: Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client

    Just so you know, this client is different from the network-manager-vpnc package.

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    Re: Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client

    Cisco Says:

    Uninstalling the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client

    To manually uninstall the AnyConnect client from a Windows system, use the standard "Add or Remove Programs" Control Panel available from the Start menu.

    The procedure for manually uninstalling the AnyConnect client from a Linux or Mac OS X system is the same for both systems. As root, run the following shell script:

    /opt/cisco/vpn/bin/vpn_uninstall.sh

    Typically, you would do this via sudo, as follows:

    $ sudo /opt/cisco/vpn/bin/vpn_uninstall.sh

    If you do not use sudo, use a root shell:

    # /opt/cisco/vpn/bin/vpn_uninstall.sh

    The Cisco page with the really long URL is here.
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    Re: Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client

    I deployed SSL and anyconnect at home on my 5505, and the provided script worked well.

    thanks.
    Arrakis

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    Re: Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client

    Thanks a lot mate, worked like a charm. Cheers.

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    Re: Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client

    Good Deal. Glad you asked because reading your post I realized I needed to know too.
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