Login with your IT Services username and password.
A Java Applet will run which will try and install the client automatically. It will fail and you will be offered a link to download the client for manual installation. Download the file which is called vpnsetup.sh
Launch Gnome-Terminal (in the GNOME Menu under Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal) and navigate to where you saved the file and run it. If you don't know where it was saved it's probably in a directory called Downloads.
$ cd Downloads
$ chmod u+x vpnsetup.sh
$ sudo ./vpnsetup.sh
You can then launch the client using the icon 'Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client' in the GNOME menu under Applications -> Internet.
When you run the client for the first time you may have to enter vpn.warwick.ac.uk in the 'Connect to:' field.
If you want to launch the Cisco VPN client from the command line you can do so with
Manual Installation only for Ubuntu Linux 10.10 64-bit
To install AnyConnect on x86_64 versions of Ubuntu 9:
Step 1 Enter the following command to install the 32-bit compatibility library: