Indeed it appears that Windows 8.1 RT does not support SSL based VPN:

> The VPN client in Windows RT can connect by using standard PPTP, L2TP/IPsec, and IKEv2 protocols, which are widely supported. However, SSL-based VPN connectivity to third-party servers is not possible because SSL VPN implementations are proprietary and distinct to each vendor. Network administrators must configure their third-party VPN servers to allow connections by using one of the supported standard protocols.

in this article:

The rest of the google search turned up disgruntled corporate users in love with their Surfaces but unable to use them for work, and Cisco/Microsoft finger pointing.

I donít think this is going to get solved soon, frankly.

On Jun 25, 2014, at 11:56 AM, Tim Raymond <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I have a user with a Microsoft Surface running Windows RT 8.1.  As far
> as I can see Cisco Anyconnect is not supported on this OS.  Windows RT
> 8.1 has a built in VPN.
> Has anyone had success getting either Cisco Anyconnect or Windows RT
> 8.1's built in VPN to work with UVM's VPN server?  Or maybe any other
> solution?
> Thanks.
> Tim
> -- 
> Tim Raymond
> CEMS-CF Manager
> 233 Votey
> The University of Vermont
> Burlington VT 05405
> (802) 656-0508

Andrew Hendrickson
CAS IT Administrator
UVM, College of Arts & Sciences
438 College Street #206
Burlington, VT

802-656-4529 (fax)

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