Meraki MX Cisco Anyconnect VPN Client - Network Name & Description Naming Convention Issue

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CMTech1
Getting noticed

Meraki MX Cisco Anyconnect VPN Client - Network Name & Description Naming Convention Issue

Hi,

 

We're beta testing the the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client at two sites (MX & vMX) and noticed we're unable to identify the user name and/or device under Networkwide/Clients like we can with the current native Win10 VPN client. We use this often to audit or even just identify a user we're trying to assist. Normally we see the computer name and the actual user name, however with AnyConnect we get random MAC's and encrypted type user names. SEE PIC.

 

Anyone else seeing this or have any suggestions?

 

Thanks, Mark

 

Meraki AnyConnect VPN Client Connection - Client Description & User Name.jpg 

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Ryan_Miles
Meraki Employee

MX 16.16 should post shortly and have some AnyConnect client name fixes. Hopefully that resolves the issues you are seeing.

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PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal

I've noticed this too.  This bug seems to have been introduced in the last month or two.

Ryan_Miles
Meraki Employee

MX 16.16 should post shortly and have some AnyConnect client name fixes. Hopefully that resolves the issues you are seeing.

Bill_Carter
Conversationalist

I upgraded to 16.16 today and we have the proper username displayed.

CMTech1
Getting noticed

Seems v16.16 has resolved this issue so thanks for the update!

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