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Get the Roaming Security Module Up and Running

When you deploy AnyConnect, you can include optional modules that enable extra features and set up client profiles that configure the VPN and optional features.

Roaming Security is now one of these optional modules.

Web Security Module Compatibility

If you are deploying the Umbrella Roaming Security module with the Web Security module, you must configure the exclude static and host exceptions referenced in Required Host Exception for Web Security and Roaming Security Compatibility and Required Static Exception for Web Security and Umbrella Roaming Security Modules Compatibility.

For Windows 7 SP1 users, we recommend that you install Microsoft .NET framework 4.0 before installation or initial use. At startup, the Umbrella service checks if .NET framework 4.0 (or newer) is installed. If it is not detected, the Umbrella Roaming Security module is not activated, and a message is displayed. To go and then install the .NET Framework, you must reboot to activate the Umbrella Roaming Security module.

Enable the Module

To use an AnyConnect module such as the Umbrella Roaming Module, it first must be enabled. This may be done through pre-deployment (SSCM, RMM, and so on) through the umbrella roaming module MSI installer version matching your deployment or through the ASA policy with ASDM (adding the module "Umbrella" to your profile) or through the CLI:

       anyconnect modules value umbrella

Before You Begin < Get the Roaming Security Module Up and Running > Configure the OrgInfo.json File

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Get the Roaming Security Module Up and Running

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