Well, it has been one of those weeks. Correction, it has been one of those months. I am finally sitting back in my home office ready to jump on a clients VPN and Cisco AnyConnect decides that today is NOT the day.
So off to Google we go and sure enough there are a lot of blogs with comments about Cisco AnyConnect failing to initialize subsystem. A common one I say said to set the GlobalUser default of I.E. to disabled in the registry or set the I.E. to work online. However, that did not fix my problem.
A little more reading and I found Chris Tierney’s blog with the solution that worked for me. Basically with the patches/hot fixes that Windows released over the weekend it messed with the compatibility modes. So once you change the vpnui.exe to Windows 8 compatibility mode everything works like on charm.
Big Smiles….. Big Smiles…….