This FAQ was last modified on: Friday, July 15, 2016 11:50am
By default, the AnyConnect VPN clien starts automatically and tries to connect after you have logged in to Windows. This is a different feature than the Start Before Logon setting of the AnyConnect client, which allows you to log in to the VPN before you log into Windows. What is happening here is the software is loading in the system tray, whether you are planning to log in to the Georgia Tech VPN or not.
Unfortunately there is not a way to configure this behavior from the Cisco client side, so you will have to change a windows setting to stop this from occurring.
This FAQ was last modified on: Thursday, February 18, 2016 01:04pm
The automatic download can sometimes be problematic. If it does fail, here are the very first things you should check:
It is recommended that the system have the latest patches and service packs installed.
It is recommended that Java have the latest patches and updates.
It is recommended that you have the Georgia Tech root certificate installed. You can find it here:- http://ca.gatech.edu/ . This shouldn't break the download, but it may eliminate certificate warnings during installation with some of our VPN appliances.