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User Guide for AnyConnect* Secure Mobility Client 3.1
with Web Security
What's new? Quick Summary
Launch AnyConnect 3.1
For windows 7 select from:
Start  All Programs  Cisco 
Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility
New user interface
VPN connection interface and
Web Security interface
For windows 8:
Press the Windows logo key
write AnyConnect and choose
AnyConnect Secure Mobility
Credentials Window
How to use AnyConnect* VPN 3.1
The AnyConnect VPN Secure Mobility Client* product consists of two
building blocks:
1) Cisco AnyConnect VPN client
2) Certificate-based user authentication with Remote Access password
The AnyConnect VPN client and certificate-based user authentication
will work only from the public Internet (will not work on Intel's internal
network or from Intel guest Internet access) and only after a valid IP
is acquired by the LAN\WLAN network adapters.
How to connect
“- Web Sec” is added to the same tunnel names you used before
When prompted for your remote
access password, type it in the
password field. Make sure your full
Intel email address is listed in the
Username field and click OK.
The duration of an AnyConnect session is set to a few days. During
that time your VPN connection will be maintained. When the
session expires, you will need to reconnect and re-authenticate
using your password.
While connecting, AnyConnect* VPN will check for any updates. If
new VPN client software or profiles are released, they will be
installed automatically to keep your PC up to date.
manually connect to a specific location:
Disconnect by clicking the Disconnect button.
Wait a couple of seconds for a proper tunnel closure.
Select the location you want to connect from in the drop-down
o Click Connect.
How to disconnect
To disconnect, right-click on the AnyConnect icon on your system
tray and select Disconnect.
AnyConnect switches to auto-reconnect mode when an abrupt
disconnect occurs. For example, the PC enters suspend mode while
the VPN is connected. Auto-reconnect allows you to reconnect
automatically to Intel once a public IP is identified. In this mode
AnyConnect tries to resume a connection indefinitely. Once a public
IP is identified, the VPN connection will be resumed.
Icon states
AnyConnect* Web Security
Background: The AnyConnect Web Security module is a cloud security layer that
enables faster Internet browsing while adding security to your platform.
The platform will automatically identify all Internet intended traffic and route it
directly to the Cisco ScanSafe* cloud for
analysis. The cloud will scan the traffic for
various malwares (spyware, adware, etc.)
and block any suspicious content. In addition,
destination web sites will be subjected to the
standard Intel’s corporate guidelines (as
enforced while connecting the Internet from
the office).
Once clicking the AnyConnect task bar icon you can see to which cloud entry point
you were automatically connected. The cloud entry point is also referred to as
The proxy selections process is automated. While you are connected to the Internet,
the AnyConnect Web Security module will continuously scan the cloud and look for
the closest proxy to your whereabouts.
Override the automated proxy selection and manually choose proxy:
Click AnyConnect task bar icon
Click “Web Security”
Under the “Settings…” tab, you can find the “Automatic Scanning Proxy
Selection” checkbox (checked by default)
If you uncheck it, you can manually choose your proxy that will connect you to
the Internet. Just double-click any of the locations in the list…
For technical support, contact the Technical Assistance Center via chat or call x-1234
and choose Fast Path option # 997. Also, any questions or comments can be posted
to the Client Network Security forum on Planet Blue.
Please note
The Web Security module will continue to protect your platform when you connect
the Internet outside the office and your VPN tunnel is off