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(Resolved) How to fix the CiscoAnyconnect ‘failed to create session manager entry’

Cisco anyconnect is a vpn client used to connect the devices to the corporate VPN using a secure protocol.

when trying to connect via Cisco VPN client, clients  may get the following error message ‘Failed to create session manager entry’ and the client fails to login and displays a below error message.

This can be caused by an outdated clients and can be easily remediated by updating the client to the latest version.

There is quick fix for this one as you can choose to repair the client – in the task bar you should see the Globe icon for Cisco Anyconnect – right click on the globe icon in the task bar in the right corner and choose repair and this will run thru the process  where it will reset the connections and re – enable the connection again.

 

You can also see more details by opening up the CiscoAnyconnect NAM module and right clicking the three lines and choosing “Manage networks”

Choose “VPN” on the left side and the “Message History” tab to get more info on the details on the time frame and steps

 

Thanks for reading this.

Regards.

 

2 thoughts on “(Resolved) How to fix the CiscoAnyconnect ‘failed to create session manager entry’

  1. Aranya Arjun says:

    if the network is not available in the options?

    1. Admin says:

      Hi Aranya,
      Are you referring to the hostname in the Cisco Anyconenct VPN module or network NAM Module ?
      Thx

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