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What is the default location of Cisco VPN client profiles? I need those .pcf files since my old Cisco VPN client doesn't work after upgrading to Mac OS X Leopard (version 10.5), and I don't remember my VPN settings.

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Is the old Mac using the Cisco provided client? – bahamat Jan 29 '11 at 17:11
    
Google brought me here when searching for the location in Windows 7. It is C:\ProgramData\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client\Profile. – Abdull Apr 10 at 14:24
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If I remember it right, they should be located in /etc/CiscoSystemsVPNClient/Profiles/ (you can open this folder from Finder´s Go To -> Go to Folder menu)

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If, like me, you arrived here looking for the Cisco AnyConnect profile location, I found my config information at

/opt/cisco/anyconnect

I wanted this to be a comment on the accepted answer, but I bumped into the rep limit. If a mod wants to move this to the comments of the accepted answer, be my guest!

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Exactly where it was for me too, thx. – Justin Nov 28 '14 at 17:13
    
for anyconnect 4 the profile files are XML – kavehmb Mar 16 at 1:06

Open a terminal and search for it (go ahead to the next line if the previous one doesn't find anything):

find ./Library -name '*.pcf'
find . -name '*.pcf'
find / -name '*.pcf'

If you don't find anything, check the Library folder inside your home directory. I think the Cisco client might import the settings and store it in some other format (or at least in another file) inside the Library or Library/Preferences folder.

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