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Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client for MacOS X
System Requirements
The Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client for MacOS X runs on MacOS X 10.4 and higher and needs about 50 MB of hard disk space.

After you installed 10.7 (Lion) or 10.8 (Mountain Lion) your MacOS system does not have Java installed.
You can install Java for 10.7/10.8 via http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1421.
Then check your Java installation via http://www.java.com/en/download/testjava.jsp, if needed, enable the Java-plugin for your browser. You should see the 'Your Java is working' message.
After Java works, you can install the (UM) AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client.

Installation of the AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client is a three steps proces:
  • Start your webbrowser
  • Connect to http://vpn.maastrichtuniversity.nl
  • Log in with your UM account, the client will be downloaded and installed (using Java).
    In case the (automatic) installation fails, you can click a link at the end of the proces.
Log in with your UM account
The VPN client will be installed.

After the installation the client can be found in /Applications/Cisco
The first time you use the client, type the address shown.
And login with your UM account.

If (web)installation was unsuccessful, you can do one of the following:
  1. Download the image file with the installer for your Mac, there is an installer for Intel Mac's and for PPC Mac's.
    Open the downloaded (dmg) file, doubleclick the 'vpn.pkg' file and follow the instructions.
    After the installation the client can be found in /Applications/Cisco
  2. Follow the steps below


Installation was unsuccessful.

You can download the installation file, including a script to install, by clicking the link shown.
After downloading, the installation file is in your Downloads folder.

Open the Terminal and type: cd ~/Downloads (and return)

To start the script, type: ./vpnsetup.sh

If the script doesn't start, you have to change the privileges, so you can execute the script
so type: sudo chmod 744 vpnsetup.sh
The sudo command asks for your local password. You need admin rights to be able to change the privileges

Now you can execute the script, if it didn't the first time, by typing: ./vpnsetup.sh

The result is a file 'vpnsetup.dmg' (in the Download folder)
Doubleclick the vpnsetup.dmg file

After doubleclicking the dmg file, a (virtual) disk is mounted and visible on your Desktop

Open the disk 'vpn-2.4.0202' and doubleclick 'vpn.pkg'

The AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client will be installed in the /Applications/Cisco folder.
The AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client installer starts up. Click 'Continue'.
The AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client installer is placed in /Applications/Cisco. Ready to use.




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