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Unit vpnagentd service not loaded.

Somebody ask me to run Cisco EPIC VPN lab test provide by the Cisco. I just try it done but Anyconnect client doesn't seems to work on ubuntu system. The error message was


How to resolved the issue?? 

First of all install the following packages.

sudo apt-get install lib32z1 lib32ncurses5

Then try to install the AnyConnect client, if its still show the same error message. Used below command....

sudo apt-get install network-manager-openconnect

Reload the changes using this command....

sudo systemctl daemon-reload

Now AnyConnect should be installed. 




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