Where are the AnyConnect Profiles located?

AnyConnect Profiles

XML and profile files are stored locally to the users machine. The location varies based on OS.

Update 27.05.2017
Windows 8 and Windows 10 included

9 thoughts on “Where are the AnyConnect Profiles located?”

  1. Update:
    Same location for Windows 10 Professional 64bit

    %ProgramData%\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client\Profile

    Note that ProgramData folder is hidden by default, so you must go to VIEW in Windows Explorer and opt to see hidden files.

    • The AnyConnect VPN Client Profile is an XML file downloaded from the secure gateway that specifies client behavior and identifies VPN connections. Each connection entry in the VPN Client Profile specifies a secure gateway that is accessible to this endpoint device as well as other connection attributes, policies and constraints. These connection entries, in addition to the VPN connections configured manually on the device, are available to choose from when initiating a VPN connection.


      Step 1 From the AnyConnect home page, tap Diagnostics > Profile.
      Step 2 Choose:

      Import Profile—to specify the URL of a VPN profile to import.
      Delete Profile—to delete the current VPN profile from the device.
      Note If you reconnect to the domain, IP address, or Group URL of the same ASA, AnyConnect reloads the VPN profile and re-enforces the security policies.

      Show Profile—to show or hide the current VPN profile on your device.

  2. My hostname is registered in C:\ProgramData\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client\preferences_global.xml and not in an XML file in the Profile folder. Is that ok?


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