I have a Windows 7 workstation at my office that has all my VPN connections set up on it. When I need to connect to a client's VPN, I remote into that machine and then connect and do what I need to do.
One of the VPN connections is Cisco AnyConnect. I have a number of different clients that I connect to with AnyConnect. Most of them work fine. But the other day I connected to a new client on AnyConnect which had connecting from an RDP turned off. Okay, whatever. That's fine. It's their policy, no issue with that.
The problem is ever since attempting to connect to that one, now I cannot connect to any of the others anymore either. I've confirmed nothing changed on the other clients. However now when I attempt to connect to any of them, I always get this message:
Somehow it seems like attempting to connect to the client which had RDP connections turned off has changed some setting on my client that has completely disabled it for all connections. I need to re-enable this so that I can connect to the other clients.
I've already tried uninstalling AnyConnect, reinstalling it and then reconnecting to other clients, but I still get this error. I've looked in the registry under
HKLM\Software for Cisco stuff, but didn't see anything obvious.
How can I re-enable RDP connecting in the AnyConnect client so that it will work again for the connections where it is enabled?