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FYI. Cisco now has a Win7 64 bit VPN client.

Question: FYI. Cisco now has a Win7 64 bit VPN client.

Just got word from my Cisco rep today that they have a Windows 7 64 bit client out. But it's still in beta. Just thought I throw this out there since there was some discussion about this in some previous threads.

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Preferred Solution: FYI. Cisco now has a Win7 64 bit VPN client.

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Answer: FYI. Cisco now has a Win7 64 bit VPN client.

They're moving into the 21th Century.

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Server OS Windows Server 2012 Essentials
Client OS: Windows 7 Professional

I recently upgraded from Home Server 2011 to Essentials 2012. This required me to create a Domain which I did, and the other PC's connect with no problem. Using the same procedure to connect my main machine, and it does not see any other computers that are in the domain when I go to network places, not even the server. I have checked that the primary DNS is pointing to 2012 Essentials server. I can connect to the other PCs by manually typing in the other PC names.

Another problem is that I cannot access the shared folders in the Dashboard. I log in as an administrator and have checked permissions. When I try to access these shared folders it gives me the access denied message.

Does anyone know what is going on with these two problems?

Thanks for your help in advance.
 

Answer:One client not seeing other computers in the Domain. Client OS Win7, Server OS 2012

I didn't use 2012 Essentials yet - only regular 2012 and domain is working without any problem.
Main thing is that client pc must have dns connected to server - on server you can set forwarding for external internet access.
If you have problems with domain you could try rejoin to domain on client PC - you'll verify then that everything is configured properly - I can recommend tool called Profile Wizard http://www.forensit.com/Profwiz/ It's great for rejoining to domain or when you want to switch to other domain without lose your profile.
Maybe Dasboard require for local administrator privileges to work properly ?
 

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Question: cisco vpn client

which cisco vpn client compatible with win7 64bit

Answer:cisco vpn client

A quick Google finds:






Quote:
Gain VPN Client Support and Compatibility

The Cisco VPN Client supports:
XP, Vista (x86/32-bit only), Windows 7 (x86/32-bit only), and Windows x64 (64-bit). Windows x64 support also provided by Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client


HERE

A Guy

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Question: Cisco VPN Client

So I goto this customer's house today to see why their not able to get online, everything was fine just I needed to add them to the DMZ so they could connect to their VPN. They were not able to access the internet at all unless connect to their VPN first. They were using Cisco VPN Client.

I'm curious to know how that was actually setup? The customer was clueless, all they know was connect to the VPN and they have internet, but I would like to experiment with this and get familiar with it.

I'm sure they had all the internet traffic routed through a VPN tunnel back at a remote office, but how could this be setup? It's a lap-top and any internet connection they have to connect to their VPN before web access I would like to know how this is setup and also how I could bypass connecting to the VPN to get web access.

The only thing I could think of was something related to Group Policy, but I didn't have time to look through there. It is sat. night and I'm a bit buzzed at the moment I hope this thread makes sense and I appreciate any advice/info. I have looked at OpenVPN and tried forever to this day to get that working having all my traffic routed through my 2k3 machine via OpenVPN, but I've yet to find anyone successful using OpenVPN.

Again sorry for drunk posting and I appreciate any feedback
 

Answer:Cisco VPN Client

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I work for a County Government and I am trying to install and use a VPN. I have installed the software and can connect to VPN but when I try to Login to use network I get the following message: Network Path Not Found. I tried mapping the drives myself and it will not work. Any ideas?
 

Answer:Cisco VPN Client 3.5.X and XP

MOVED TO NETWORKING
 

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Question: Cisco VPN Client

Does anyone have experience with the Cisco VPN Client running under Windows 7 Home Premium?

I'm currently running Windows XP with no problem. A new notebook is on the way with 64 bit Windows 7 Home Premium installed. The only version of the Cisco VPN Client available to me and supported by the VPN host is a 32 bit version.

Hopefully, the Windows 7 Home Premium compatibility setting will work fine ... but I'm trying to anticipate problems and avoid downtime during the program transfer.

Thanks.

Answer:Cisco VPN Client

The 32 bit version is not going to work on a 64-bit system. My last job used the Cisco client and that was the deal there. My new job uses a Checkpoint VPN and it's the same problem there.

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Question: Cisco vpn client

I am unable to connect to my office through CISCO VPN . I am using windows 8.1. This is the error message that i get is this.
" firewall policy mismatch. The client not match the firewall policy configured on the central site VPN device. CISCO systems integrated client firewall should be enabled .
 
Is there a known solution for this please

Answer:Cisco vpn client

Is this a corporate PC? Then you should ask help from your IT department.

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Strange issue...brand new X1 running 7 x64 with Cisco 5.x VPN Client.  VPN Client connects successfully and we get the banner, however we get this below it: "You will be logged out of Windows in 30 Seconds so that you may log in to access network resources.  Please click Disconnect if you do not wish to be logged out at this time or click Continue to logout immediately." If you click Disconnect, it disconnects the VPN.  If you click continue, it logs you off, you log back in and nothing is connected.  Tested it with several different connections including WWAN, wifi, & hotspot.  In addition, tested with two known working VPN connections  Anyone have an idea? 

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ok here is the way things are set up

there is a network of computers, one of which is a server, one is a client... as a backup precaution if the broadband/hardware VPN fails, the client has a DU modem connected and a cisco VPN software client installed...

now

the network is a 10.x.x.x, and when the cisco VPN client connects to the VPN (via DU), it will disable all LAN communications unless it is a 192.168.x.x network...

anotherwords, when my DSL/Hardware VPN fails, i have to switch over the addressing to 192.168.x.x (which means the entire LAN, all computers and all printers) before the client computer can access the VPN via dialup AND the network simultaneously, if i don't switch the addressing over it is either one or the other, but never both...

and of course i need both...

seems like a pretty hefty bug in the Cisco VPN Client (this is version 4.8)

so does anybody know of any sort of workaround or tweak to get this thing to work with a 10.x.x.x address? this dialup backup protocol isn't nearly as seamless as it could be if it would just work the way i'd like it to


please advise and thanks for your help
 

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Question: Cisco vpn client

I am unable to connect to my office through CISCO VPN . I am using windows 8.1. This is the error message that i get is this.
" firewall policy mismatch. The client not match the firewall policy configured on the central site VPN device. CISCO systems integrated client firewall should be enabled .
 
Is there a known solution for this please

Answer:Cisco vpn client

Is this a corporate PC? Then you should ask help from your IT department.

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Hello,

I would like to access my LAN when I'm connected to my Company VPN. I know that without the authorisation of Split Tunneling from the Tunnel-end administrator is difficult but that's why I post this thread.
Could someone help me ?

Thanks

ewssk
 

Answer:LAN access with Cisco VPN Client

In my knowledge if you use VPN with split tunneling enabled, you can enable the Local LAN access. Then other network adapter that communicate to other network (other than VPN) should be available.

Btw, this question is better asked to your network administrator.
 

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I have an older post of my problem. I thought I would put a new post in with greater detail to see if I can get any other responses.
I have a Toshiba Laptop that I would like to access my work computer with from home. I have AT&t (always on) cable internet access. My office uses Cisco VPN Client Ver 3.5 for remote access. All of the other computers are configured with Win 2000 Pro. I was using Win XP Home Edition but in my previous chat with Scott (Microsoft Online Chat) he informed me that I could not access Corporate Domains with HE. So I talked Best Buy into taking back HE and I purchased Win XP Pro. I have installed XP Pro and the Cisco software (Ver 3.5) and I cannot connect. Microsoft Chat gave me 2 articles to look at and I printed them and followed the instructions and still get the same message. "Remote Peer is no longer responding". The articles were Q314076 Virtual Private Network in Windows XP and Q305550 Configure a VPN Connection to Your Corporate Network in Windows XP. I am so frustrated. Like I said I am using AT&T Cable Internet as my ISP with a Linksys Wireless Access Point Router with one connection going to a Desktop and one connection going to this laptop using a Linksys Wireless PC Card. The County that I work for is using NT servers with a domain name. Please help.
Problem Area: Networking Remote Access
Frequency of problem: Always Happens
Operating system / version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional-5.1.2600
Computer manufacturer and... Read more

Answer:Windows XP Pro and Cisco VPN Client Ver. 3.5

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Error 56 when launching Cisco VPN client on Windows 7 32bit.

Tried to stop and restart the service but no success.
 

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I've been searching here, there and everywhere and have had no luck at all finding a version of Cisco's VPN client that is compatible with 64-bit Windows. Is there even one out there?
 

Answer:Cisco VPN Client for 64-bit Windows?

Won't buy you any advantage. Just run the 32bit client. It works.
 

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I'm trying to move from BT ISDN to a broadband provider on my 'work' pc to access Lotus Notes (via AT&T) more quickly.Our IT guys say I must use Cisco VPN Client and therefore find a broadband provider who will allow 'Ipsec created VPN tunnels to pass through.AOL said no. Any recommendations?

Answer:Need an ISP who supports Cisco VPN Client

Most ISP's will allow it.Tiscali, Zen, F2S (Freedom 2 surf), Metronet, Seriously Internet, Supanet... should all allow it.AOL isn't that good! Stay away from it.

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I ran into this problem when attempting to install the Cisco VPN client on several of our more decrepit laptops. - The vpn client hijacks the connectoid for LAN1 instead of creating a new one for the VPN adaptor.

When attempting to uninstall the NIC from device manager I get the error: "This device can not be uninstalled. It may be required to boot the system."

???

So now there is no LAN connectoid appearing in -my network places- properties and the machines have no lan connectivity. I attempted to manually create a connectoid using the connection wizard and it won't let me make a LAN connection.

Does anybody have an idea on how to gank the registry entries for the NIC and get it to re-PNP?

Any other ideas?
 

Answer:Win 2k/Cisco VPN client problem - help please

I install the Cisco client all the time and have never seen that. What version of the client? What OS?
 

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Just wanted to give everyone a heads up, if not said already, Cisco finally released a 64-bit version of their VPN client.

Also, the new IOS 8.3 for the ASAs have new commands, discoing the old ones. More info here:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa83/upgrading/migrating.html#wp60047
 

Answer:Cisco VPN Client 64-bit and ASA 8.3 new commands

Ya the 64bit client has been out for a while now, but thanks for the new asa commands.
 

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Host PC:

HP Pavilion tx 2200
Windows Vista Home Premium SP1
AMD Turion X2 Ultra Dual-Core Mobile ZM-80 2.10 Ghz
32-Bit Architecture.

Network Adapter(s):

Broadcom 4322AG 802.11a/b/g/draft-n Wi-Fi Adapter
Driver 5.10.38.26
C:\WINDOWS\Systems32\bcmihvsrv.dll
C:\WINDOWS\Systems32\bcmihvui.dll
C:\WINDOWS\Systems32\bcmwlcoi.dll
C:\WINDOWS\Systems32\DRIVERS\BCMWL6.SYS

Realtek RTL8168C(P)/8111C(P) Family PCI-E GBE NIC
Driver 6.216.120.2009
C:\WINDOWS\System32\DRIVERS\Rtlh86.sys
C:\WINDOWS\System32\RtNicProp32.dll

Problem:

On the host, a Cisco VPN Client is used (version 5.0.01.0600), and the notebook apparently connects to the the office. The security appliance it connects to is an ASA 5510 Series. Other computers (different make/models using Vista Home Premium) can connect fine, however this particular device can't.

I can't ping the IP address (172.18.65.28) nor the PC Name (xp-rnichols) from the Host Notebook (Nichols-PC) after establishing a VPN connection. The reason why Nichols-PC is trying to VPN into the office is so it can RDP into the user's workstation named xp-rnichols. When you ping xp-rnichols, it doesn't resolves to an ip address. When you do ipconfig /all, the host notebook does receive a legit DHCP server and DNS server. Adding the IP Address/ FQDN in the C:\WINDOWS\System32\Drivers\Etc\hosts.txt doesn't point it in the right direction either. I thought it might have been an ACL issue, but all remote users are in the same grou... Read more

Answer:No RDP connection on Cisco VPN Client

First, check this log to a log that currently works. Also, check the routing tables on the windows machines themselves. This sounds like a classic routing issue. One thing that sticks right out are these things:

SPLIT_NET #1 <---- you're doing split tunneling, using the ASDM
0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 172.16.2.1 172.16.2.146 25 <--- this metric is very high, check to make sure that the hosts other default is not being prefered.

Also, post up a route print and your ipconfig on the box that dosent work.
 

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Does anyone have a copy of the Cisco VPN Soft client? I cant download from the Cisco web site for some strange reason, and i have lost the CD that came with my PIX Firewall. If someone could shoot me a PM or point me to the correct place to download, i would be very appreciative.

Thanks in advance

b.
 

Answer:Cisco VPN soft client

what model pix is it? PM or EM davevandoramon AT optonline DOT net
 

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As I google for this all I find is ways to install the cisco vpn client on 2k3. I have a 2k3 domain setup with routing and remote access, pptp and l2tp vpn's running. Is it possible to use the cisco vpn client on my client machines, xp, vista, 7 to connect to the server?
 

Answer:Cisco VPN Client and Server 2k3

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Has anyone seen or heard of a fix for the VPN client in x64?

We had an end user at our office purchase a Vista Home Premium x64 laptop. Pretty nice machine but it fails when attempting to install the Cisco VPN Client. From what I understand, the only fix is to run a VMWare XP in 32 bit mode and install it there. At least this is what we had to get it up and running.

This was several months ago and I'm hoping that Cisco has released a patch or new release for this.

Has anyone had any luck with this yet?

Answer:Cisco VPN client on x64 Vista Fix?

Cisco Any Connect client is what I use with Vista x64 Ultimate.

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Specs:

Dell Latitude D800
Windows XP Pro w/ SP2
Broadcom 570x Gigabit Integrated Controller
Linksys PCM200 Extrernal 10/100 NIC


Basically, I re-installed Windows on this machine to get it ready for a new user. Before re-installing Windows, I realized that the internal NIC wasn't working, so I ordered an external card(hence the Linksys listed above). After re-installing everything, the external NIC is working just fine. However, I cannot insatll the Cisco VPN Client v4.8. I continually get an error telling me that I cannot install DNE(Deterministic Network Enhancement) and I have to restart.

For some reason, the problem with the onboard NIC is not allowing me to install it. I have installed the driver for the Broadcom twice now, but it does not install the actual Network Controller, just the Ethernet Controller. But if I'm using an external NIC, and have the integrated NIC disabled in the BIOS, shouldn't the VPN Client being attaching itself to the external controller?

I've spent a couple of hours on this, and have tried to find a seperate driver for the internal Network Controller but have had no luck, and I need the VPN client working.

HELP!!
 

Answer:Cisco VPN Client/DNE Issue

If you need it working fast, why not just call Cisco TAC? 1-800-553-2447

I looked through the TAC case collection and couldn't find anything, but I could have missed something.
 

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Is this client free when you're licensed on ASA?

If it is free and you don't have a Cisco web login... is there a safe alternate download repos. for the client bits?
 

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Hi Guys,

I'm new to this forum and am wondering if you can help with this query I have.
I work for an IT service company in the UK, we provide many services along with hardware. I have come across an issue with Vista and the Cisco VPN client (version 5.0.02.0090 & v5.0.04.0300).
I have set up a new vista machine with a local administrators account, installed the Cisco VPN client and added the machine the domain. I'm not directly connected to the LAN that's why we use VPN to connect to the LAN then add the machine that way.
What I now need to do is log off as the local administrator, then log on as the user of the machine so I can set up his outlook etc.
With the Cisco VPN client and XP, it allows you to remain connected to the VPN whilst logging the user off, so you can then log back on as any user on that domain (so long as you have their credentials).
With Vista, the VPN client doesn't give me the option to remain connected whilst logging off. This is usually found in the following location:

Cisco VPN Client
Options > Windows Logon Properties

The Windows logon proerties option along with the statefull firewall has vanished.

Can anyone offer me any advice on a way round this at all?

Thanking you in advance.

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Has anyone connected the OpenVPN client (im using Vista x64) to a pix? I have no idea what to put in the config file. It is an IPsec vpn if that helps at all.

Thanks
 

Answer:Open VPN Client and Cisco PIX

A PIX can be configured as a traditional IPSec VPN. Most of the the time however, client mode VPN is configured to use the Cisco VPN Client, which uses a couple proprietary techniques. If you are trying to get around lack of x64 support, they only way I could find when I tried several months back was to install the client in a virtual machine.
 

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I have a laptop that has Windows XP x64. From what I can tell, Cisco has not release a VPN client that is compatable. In order to work around this, I am using VMware and a regular 32 bit version on Windows 2003 with the client installed.

Windows 2003 has Routing and Remote Accss (RRAS). Does anyone know of a way that I can turn the guest OS into a router to route between my local subnet and the subnet that the VPN client is connected to?

The problem I have ran in to is that the VPN client doesn't install a virtual interface, so I don't know to configure RRAS to route the traffic properly.

EDIT: Well, it creates the virtual interface, but that interface doesn't have a gateway.
 

Answer:Routing Using Cisco VPN Client

Are you using VMWare Player or Workstation?
 

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I'm runnung cisco's vpn 3.6.2 (A) from a w2k OS. Is there a separate version for WXP?
 

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(does anyone know of a way to configure the cisco vpn client to allow for local lan access? i've searched the web and cannot find any solutions. i really need to figure out a way because i need users to be able to simultaneously access multiple remote client lans at once. if they use the cisco vpn client they are denied any lan access and this prevents them from accessing any other remote lans, including our own.

i understand that this is a security feature but i really need to find a way around this.

we've got some site-to-site vpns set up but we can't set those up with all the clients for one reason or another.)
 

Answer:(lan access using cisco vpn client)

seems i have got the same problem as you did.

Did you eve manage to find a solution?
 

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Hi,

I am new to this forum and was wondering whether you could help me with my BSOD issue I am fighting with currently. I have a Dell Inspiron 1525 with Windows Vista Home Basic version 6.0.6001 Service pack 1. Whenever I run my Cisco VPN Client 5.0.01.0600 after a few minutes or hours I get a BSOD with some diagnostic information. I tried running the Windows debugging tool on the memory dump files and each time it seems to be pointing to a different culprint.. It started off with the driver for Intel wireless card ( I updated the driver with the latest version but it didn't work) and now it is the ntkrpamp.exe which I believe has something to do with the Kernel..

Has anyone gone thru something similar and if so, could you please point me in the right direction to resolve this issue?

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I just noticed while looking for the latest client, there is now a 64bit client!

I've installed and tested it, and it does work. Am I the only one that just noticed this?
 

Answer:Cisco 64bit IPsec Client now available?

welcome to 3 months ago

i haven't noticed one issue with it in the few months ive been using it
 

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"error 31 the certificate associated with this connection entry no longer exists or failed to open ,please select another certificate"
there is no option to enter user name and password when trying

i am using cisco vpn client 4.6 and when i click connect,i dont get the prompt to enter user name and password
 

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http://forums.techguy.org/networking/297434-cisco-vpn-client-netgear-fvs318.html

http://www.dslreports.com/forum/remark,14876631

I would like to use a Cisco VPN client with a Netgear FVS318 V3 ,,,,,I know how to configure Netgear FVS318 V3 for IPsec,,,because I am using TheGreenbow client now with it.

But I do not know how to configure Cisco VPN

I just want to find out how to do that ? specially with the option "Group Authentication" which it asks about username and password.

Thanks
 

Answer:Cisco VPN Client compatible with FVS318 V3

Don't think it's possible. The Group Authentication being asked for is a profile which a Cisco router/firewall uses to set up security/permissions settings for each user that connects up.
 

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I have a quick and painless question.How do you set up DHCP client on an interface on a router (In my case a 2620). I remember it being simply "ip address dhcp", but my router is not accepting that command and when I use the help command it tells me I must put in a host address. Is there something I am missing. Do I need a newer IOS, I am running 12.0(3)T3 . Thank you all for your time and any tips.
 

Answer:Cisco DHCP Client Question?

I guess your not enterning the command in the right place. This should help : -

Router>
Router>enable
Password:
Router#configure terminal
Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z.
Router(config)#interface e0
Router(config-if)#ip address dhcp
 

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Once you fire up the Cisco VPN Client, all network traffic is routed to the virtual adapter.

However, I am running WinXP + VPN within a VirtualBox under Linux.

I'd like to port redirect a vncviewer session from Linux into VirtualBox, out through the virtual VPN adapter. (Because vncviewer is acting flaky from within VirtualBox, not sure what the issue is ... it seems to work fine on Linux or Windows, but not inside VirtualBox, it starts lagging badly every 5-10 minutes, forcing a manual reconnect.)

Finding a port redirect program for WinXP is easy. The part I don't know is, how do I punch a port through to the Linux host while the VPN Client is active?
 

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I am going to be designing a Windows 7 64bit image and one of the things I would like to put in it is the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client. The software installs network card drivers and im wondering if there going to get stripped when I run Sysprep and generalize the image? Is this something that I can put in the image or not?
 

Answer:Sysprep with Cisco VPN client software?

Create an unattended installation package with a batch file to do the install. Then configure your image to run the installation during setup using the batch file.
 

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The simple rundown of this problem I'm running into is as follows:

I can connect to my network via SSLVPN (non-proxy) and ping/remote everything internally and externally.

If I connect to my network via proxy then with SSLVPN, I cannot ping/remote anything inside or outside my network. Basically, the connection is made but I can't do anything. For example, I cannot ping google.com but can connect to google.com with its FQDN.

Essentially what I want to do is connect to my network with SSLVPN through a proxy and be able to remote/ping my internal and external networks.

My initial inclination is that the proxy server doesn't know how to handle the SSLVPN request so it drops any packet being sent from the SSLVPN client. But I can't seem to figure this out. I'm using ISA 2000 3.0 proxy server.

Any thoughts?

Thanks.
 

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I use cisco vpn client ver 4.6 in win XP and try to connect to VPN gateway that have public IP.
My computer is connected by direct cable to a router .And this router is connected
to internet by PPPoE .
I use Cisco VPN client ver 4.6 and try to connect VPN gateway .
But It is failure.The error is 412.
But if the same computer connect to internet by PPPoE directly and the VPN client
can connect the same VPN gateway without problem .
Why do I cannot connect VPN gateway when there is router .
How can I fix it ???
Please advice .
 

Answer:cisco VPN client cannot connect to VPN gateway

The router has to allow for VPN packet passthrough. Check your router's setup and be sure that VPN passthrough is turned on.
 

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I use cisco vpn client ver 4.6 in win XP and try to connect to VPN gateway that have public IP.My computer is connected by direct cable to a router .And this router is connectedto internet by PPPoE .I use Cisco VPN client ver 4.6 and try to connect VPN gateway .But It is failure.The error is 412.But if the same computer connect to internet by PPPoE directly and the VPN clientcan connect the same VPN gateway without problem .Why do I cannot connect VPN gateway when there is router .How can I fix it ???Please advice .

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Hey there. I'm in a bind. Just started an intense medical program and don't have the time to reinstall my OS, so hoping someone can help. I have a fresh install of Windows 7 x64 SP1. Last week, my school's IT department recommended installing their Cisco VPN client to access school resources, which installed without a hitch. However, I realized that said resources aren't necessary for me, and subsequently uninstalled it, again without a hitch. Since then I've had two BSODs while in class. Only things running were Chrome and Word 2007.

The following was shown in my event viewer on the second crash:

The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x0000007a (0xfffff6fc400070a8, 0xffffffffc00000c0, 0x000000001570d880, 0xfffff88000e15000). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\Minidump\070212-18236-01.dmp. Report Id: 070212-18236-01.

I have attached a minidump file from both crashes. Additionally, other students have reported a BSOD since installing the VPN client as well. Any pointers would be incredibly helpful.

Answer:BSOD after Cisco VPN client install

Issues

1-Old drivers from as far back as 2005
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SSPORT.sys 8/11/2005 7:07:32 PM
rimspx64.sys 6/25/2009 3:13:43 AM
rixdpx64.sys 6/25/2009 3:38:50 AM
rimmpx64.sys 6/25/2009 4:04:18 AM
nvsmu.sys 6/29/2009 3:36:37 AM
nvmf6264.sys 7/1/2009 2:55:18 PM
nvBridge.kmd 7/4/2009 3:46:26 PM
nvlddmkm.sys 7/4/2009 4:43:34 PM
bcmwl664.sys 7/7/2009 8:45:04 PM
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Third party drivers
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=SSPORT.sys
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=SynTP.sys
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=amdxata.sys
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=bcmwl664.sys
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=itecir.sys
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=nvBridge.kmd
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=nvhda64v.sys
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=nvlddmkm.sys
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=nvmf6264.sys
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=nvsmu.sys
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=rimmpx64.sys
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=rimspx64.sys
http://sysnative.com/drivers/driver.php?id=rixdpx64.sys

2-Typically caused by a bad block in the paging file or disk controller error.

Set page file to zero reboot and reset to what it was.

Run a chkdsk /r/f

3-Remnants of AVG install need to be removed.

http://www.avg.com/ww-en/utilities"] Download tools and utilities | AVG Worldwide

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Does anyone know a good 64bit VPN client for Windows? The official one from Cisco is very strange, the latest two releases of the client do not support 64bit but on of the releases from back in 2010 do that one is the 5.0.07.0290 release?

Are there any other 3rd party clients that you would recommend?
 

Answer:64bit Cisco VPN client for Windows

you need AnyConnect
They moved away from the "Cisco VPN" client and merged it into Cisco AnyConnect

AnyConnect has supported 64-bit for some time.
 

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Hello everybody,
After I installed the VPN client from Cisco I have been facing troubles connecting to WiFi networks, before installing connecting to hotspots was flawless, bu after installation everytime i try to connect to a hotspot I have to try three or four times before I get hooked up to it.
I use version 5.0.05.0290 of that VPN client.

Thanks

Answer:Problem after installing VPN client from Cisco

  
Quote: Originally Posted by nooriddeen88


Hello everybody,
After I installed the VPN client from Cisco I have been facing troubles connecting to WiFi networks, before installing connecting to hotspots was flawless, bu after installation everytime i try to connect to a hotspot I have to try three or four times before I get hooked up to it.
I use version 5.0.05.0290 of that VPN client.

Thanks


Are you using homegroup for networking?

Whats you network set up?
Ken J+

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Hey guys, I'm having an issue with a laptop running Cisco's VPN Client 4.6. This laptop connects to the internet through a tethered blackberry, then it connects to the VPN. The VPN connection establishes succesfully, but you cannot surf. When looking at the TCP/IP properties for the VPN adapter (Local Area Connection 3 on this computer) while connected, it shows a static IP is assigned (172.16.x.x), but the DNS fields are empty. If I add the DNS servers from the corporate network, the machine surfs with no problems and everything works correctly. However, if you disconnect from the VPN and reconnect, it loses the DNS information and it has to be re-typed.

Anyone have any idea how this was configured to use a static IP address, even if you disconnect and reconnect the the VPN client? Why won't it hang on to the DNS info that I gave it?

Any help is greatly appreciated.
 

Answer:Solved: Cisco VPN Client with Static IP

Also, when you look at the TCP/IP properties while it is disconnected, it shows the "Use Static IP" radio button is checked, but the IP and subnet and gateway are all 0's. It won't let me add 0's for the DNS since they aren't valid. I wish I knew how they set that up...
 

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Hi,

have gone through this process a million times:

1. Installing vpnclient-win-3.5.2.B-k9.exe (Cisco VPN 3.5)
2. Connecting to VPN server
3. Receiving:
--- in the VPN client window:
Initializing the connection...
Contacting the gateway at IPADDRESS...
Failed to establish a secure connection to the security gateway.
---

---at the same time in the logger window:
1 02:52:38.719 08/21/02 Sev=Warning/3 IKE/0xE3000056

The received HASH payload cannot be verified

2 02:52:38.719 08/21/02 Sev=Warning/2 IKE/0xE300007D

Hash verification failed... may be configured with invalid group password.

3 02:52:38.739 08/21/02 Sev=Warning/3 DIALER/0xE3300015

GI VPN start callback failed "CM_IKE_ESTABLISH_FAIL" (3h).

4 02:52:46.710 08/21/02 Sev=Warning/2 IKE/0xA3000062

Attempted incoming connection from IPADDRESS. Inbound connections are not allowed.

---
4. Looking at my mate, running W2Kpro, same Cisco client, connecting right
away
5. Feeling like...

What am I doing wrong?? -My mate and I are on the same network, accessing the VPN server using the same equipment -except for him being on W2Kpro.

Any hints, suggestions are welcome!

Cheers,
Jørgen
 

Answer:Cisco VPN Client 3.5 & WinXP home

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I have a UC500 series phone system that I installed for a client. The client is requesting that their remote users who use the Cisco VPN client to connect to the UC500's EZVPN server be able to access local network resources. That sounds simple enough, but I really don't know anything about Cisco VPN configuration, so I was hoping someone could give me a break down of what to do. Here's a break down of some of my config. I can provide more as needed:

*Phones work over the VPN and split-tunneling is enabled* - Initially that's all the access they needed.

Data VLAN: 10.105.0.x
Voice VLAN: 10.1.1.x
Unity Express: 10.1.10.1

show run | section crypto:

Code:
UC540#sh run | sec crypto
<SNIP>
ip local pool SDM_POOL_1 172.20.20.1 172.20.20.50
crypto isakmp policy 1
encr 3des
authentication pre-share
group 2
crypto isakmp client configuration group EZVPN_GROUP_1
key (REMOVED)
dns 10.105.0.10
pool SDM_POOL_1
acl 100
save-password
max-users 10
crypto isakmp profile sdm-ike-profile-1
match identity group EZVPN_GROUP_1
client authentication list Foxtrot_sdm_easyvpn_xauth_ml_1
isakmp authorization list Foxtrot_sdm_easyvpn_group_ml_1
client configuration address respond
virtual-template 9
crypto ipsec transform-set ESP-3DES-SHA esp-3des esp-sha-hmac
crypto ipsec profile SDM_Profile1
set transform-set ESP-3DES-SHA
ACL 100:

Code:
UC540#sh run | sec access-list 100
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Answer:Cisco EZVPN client LAN access

I haven't played with EZVPN much since I do a lot more site-to-site ipsec VPNs but based on the config excerpt above I don't see any glaring errors. Since you are specifying a server on the data vlan as the DNS server under the client config have you verified they can resolve DNS names using this server when they are tunneled in?

Check the routing table on the client side to see if the proper routes are interjected so the client knows which side of the "split tunnel" to use.

Which "local network resources" are they unable to reach?

My only other thought is the NAT overload is NATing the internal host addresses before they are tunneled... But if connectivity is working on the voice vlans already I don't think that's the problem...
 

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Two Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit computers on the same network, the desktop has a printer shared that the laptop would like to access.

The oddness began after I managed to get the laptop to access the desktop via Start > Run > \\desktop, successfully connected up the printer via filesharing and tested it, but every time I restart the laptop it decides that it can't find the desktop any more.

However, if I do Start > Run \\192.168.0.6 (the IP address of the desktop) from the laptop, it connects successfully every time. I've set things up like that for now, but I can't say I've ever seen an issue like this before.

If I do a name lookup on either machine, it resolves the desktop's IP address correctly, regardless of restarting the laptop. If I do \\192.168.0.6, let that open a connection successfully, then do \\desktop, it works. If I just reboot and do \\desktop, it doesn't.

Ideally I would like it to work via computer names so that the desktop doesn't require a static IP.

Answer:Win7 <-> Win7 file sharing issue after client reboot

These days we use something called User permissions and security settings to establish safe reliable network connections.

You can just right click the folders you want to share and choose the security and permissions settings, they tend to stay put after that. Or you can click on the "share" tabs and go from there. If you are using all Windows 7 machines in this network then setting up a Home group is the way to go.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...16(WS.10).aspx

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I just installed Window 7 on my Lenovo T400 Laptop. I need to get VPN up and running in order to connect to work.

I installed the Cisco VPN Client 5.0.04.0300, but can't seem to get it to connect. I am getting a 435 Firewall Policy Mismatch error.

I've already scoured the internet and tried all the suggestions, including the one in the link below on this site to install ZoneAlarm and copy over some files. But nothing seems to work.

http://forums.techguy.org/windows-xp/534809-cisco-vpn-reason-435-firewall.html

The one difference was that when I installed ZoneAlarm there was not a file by the name of vsutil_loc040.dll. I searched the internet and couldn't find it anywhere. I found all the other dlls mentioned in the post?? Could this one file be my issue?

Others at work have gotten their VPN clients to work on Windows 7. The only difference I can see is the computer. They have Dells. One other person that I know who has a Lenovo also can't get it to work. Can the hardware itself really be the issue? Unfortunately I can't change much in the BIOS or upgrade it (I think) because our wonderful IT department has locked down many of the settings with a special admin password. My BIOS password only has limited capabilities. It's infuriating!

Any help would be appreciated. I'd really like to get this up and going so I can ditch my old SLOW laptop. And I really don't want to have to go back to Windows XP (which I'm told is what I'... Read more

Answer:Cisco VPN Client 435 Firewall Policy Mismatch

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Hi there.this is my first time on this forum n I hope u guys might b able to help me out.I'm in need of cisco VPN client compatible with 64 bit vita.if any one can help me or tell me an alternate method I shall b really grateful

Answer:Need cisco VPN client compatible with 64bit Vista

If you are referring to Linksys quick VPN which is also a Cisco VPN client, you have to know what router/ vpn firewall you are connecting to.

Can you tell us the make and model of the device that you will be connecting to?

The Cisco VPN client is available free of charge at the cisco website under drivers and software downloads (both 32 bit and 64 bit versions are there).

In any case if you are trying to establish a connection to either a WRVS4400N or a WAP4400N, then Vista will not work with it as the IP stack has changed in Vista and the way the connection is made in Vista to this router/VPN tunnel cannot be established. You may read the release notes on the Linksys website.

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Hi,I connect to my work network when at home using the CISCO VPN client. I have a wireless connection at home. My vpn conection had no problem until my laptop once dropped hitting the wireless card reader side on the floor. since then, my vpn disconnects after some time. And this also disconnects my wireless connection at home. When I am not connected to work through th eVPN, we have no problems with my wireless connection. But, when I need to work from home, my vpn keeps getting disconnected and throws me off my wireless conenction too everytime. Can someone please tell me how to check if anything is wrong with the laptop? 

Answer:Please Help - CISCO VPN client disconnecting over wireless adapter

Ok lets see if we can clear somethings up. Using wireless and VPN before the "Drop" was ok?Using Wireless and no VPN after the "Drop" is fine?Using Wireless and VPN after the "Drop" causes the wireless adapter to disconnect? If this is correct probally the best thing to do is to remove the cisco VPN software and reinstall it. It can't be anything to do with the "Drop" as using normal wireless is working fine you say.and the Cisco VPN Adapter is Virtual. Let me know how you get on.

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The issue I'm running into is my Cisco 1200 AP has a client count of 143 clients. At the site, my gateway shows that I currently have 30-40 devices connected to the network, and those devices are connected to 13 separate Cisco AP's. Several of my AP's were showing extremely high client some from 34 clients to another showing 143 clients. Now I know there are not that many devices connecting to my network, because they are not showing up in my gateway, but it is causing my gateway to assign DHCP leases to these false Mac address's. What would be causing these Mac address to spawn? This is also not the first time I've seen this happen in this particular access point.
 

Answer:Cisco 1200 AP Unusual Client count

Hello FixinIT,

Can you confirm that your wireless network is password protected?

Does the AP timestamp these logs at all?
Are you able to provide the log showing IP and MAC records or a sample of them is possible?
What are you using as your gateway? And how do you mean 'not showing up in my gateway', they must be connecting to the gateway to have been given an IP from it.
 

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From the look of things I may be asking this question in the wrong place. If there is another forum that deals with corporate level issues please let me know.

We are anxious to migrate to 10 but we have hit a brick wall when testing connectivity to our Cisco Firewalls. From what we can tell MS and Cisco are both unwilling to work together to solve this problem. Out MAC team has no issues using the native MAC client on the Cisco firewalls so we have that option but our Microsoft users will have a big learning curve.

What do you suggest?

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I have 2 networks that I need to connect to, one has a Cisco VPN the other Netgear. Is it possible to use the Cisco VPN Client to connect to the Netgear FVS318 router? I know it is not possible to install both Cisco and Netgear vpn client software on the same machine.

We are using IP-Sec on the Netgear
thanks
Ed
 

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I have an application that works without issue through a Cisco Anyconnect client on XP and Vista, but not on Windows 7. It also works on Windows 7 when accessed locally (no Cisco Anyconnect client). When I try to use it on Windows 7 through the Cisco Anyconnect client, I get an error message "cannot create key handles". Process monitor shows that it is not able to access or use the registry sub-key (application\handles) located at the root of registry key HKCU. Does anyone know why this happens and how to fix it? Thanks!

Answer:registry access through Cisco Anyconnect client

Hello lmayes, welcome to Seven Forums!



See if you can run the app in compatibility mode for XP or Vista and select "run as administrator", have a look at the tutorial at the link below and be sure to post back to keep us informed.


How to Run a Program in Compatibility Mode

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I recently purchased a Netgear DG834G ADSL Router for home. I have my home computer running Windows 98 (with latest service packs) connected to one of the Ethernet ports and have my work laptop with a 802.11b card connected wirelessly. My work laptop, running Windows XP Professional (SP1) has a Cisco VPN Client (4.0) using IPSec over UDP to connect to the work WAN. I have not changed the DG834G firewall settings from the default (i.e. all outbound allowed and all inbound blocked). uPnP is enabled in Netgear and uPnP is enabled in XP.

I seem to be able to access my work WAN and my work Outlook email fine over VPN, but when I run Windows Messenger (4.7), it signs in to the work exchange server and then hangs trying to update the status of my contacts. It seems to tie-up my internet/VPN connection as well.

My router came with Firmware 1.03.0. I have upgraded to Firmware 1.05.0 but this has not helped (nor made it worse). I've also tried setting a firewall rule to allow full access to my laptop (using pre-assigned IP address, i.e. 192.168.0.3) from any pc on the wan, but this did not help either. I've also tried reducing the MTU setting on my Netgear router from the default of 1458 to 1430, 1400 and 1350 respectively but this did not help either.

What could be the problem? Anyone got any ideas?

Thanks

Sula
 

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I work from home half the times and use my main desktop when I do work from home. I created a virtual machine to put all my work specific applications in and run the virtual machine in VMware Workstation instead of cluttering up my main desktop (especially helps if I reformat, can just save the virtual machine hard disk file).

I am trying to get Cisco VPN to work inside the virtual machine so I can VPN into my works VPN to get some files off the file share, access the SharePoint, etc. I am running Cisco VPN client 5.0.0.7.0290. I can not get it to connect at all. It keeps stalling out. I believe it something with the VPN network adapter not working properly. Anyone have any experience with getting VPN Client to work inside a virtual machine? Any ideas and why it could possibly be? I have used VPN Client insides virtual machines before, so I know its possible.
 

Answer:Cisco VPN Client inside a virtual machine

you probably checked, but make sure the VM is using bridged network rather than NAT using the host IP ?
 

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I've been suffering from Cisco AnyConnect VPN client problems for a couple of weeks.
I had been a successful user connecting to my company's VPN, for years, but then tried to use the Client to connect to a different VPN server at my university, for a one time use to get access to a research paper download.

Woe woe woe. Woe woe woe.

Never do that!

There are tight version bindings between the particular client and the particular server.
Once my installed client had talked to the university server, the client would no longer talk to the company. Deep modifications had taken inside applications data folders and the registry so that from then on it would make the university server the default, and fail to establish a connection when I tried to direct it to the company server. Even uninstalling and reinstalling the client would not break the binding to the university.

Eventually I had to go through the registry, item by item, delete every registry key that involved AnyConnect. Also, I had to track down AnyConnect applications folders. Once that was done, the client would once in a while talk to my company again.

Adding misery to the process is the awful web based installer for AnyConnect. Rather than being a simple .exe running the installer, the only way to successfully install AnyConnect is by invoking the web based installer which invokes the epitomes of reliability - ActiveX (after giving the VPN server key full trusted party status) and the Java Runtime plugin.... Read more

Answer:Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client - Installation/Use Problems

I also use Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client.
... although I have not had that error message.

After a little digging around in Google, I came across this:
How to Install, Configure and Use the Cisco AnyConnect VPN for Windows 7, Vista and XP - OIT Help Desk

The following quote is at the bottom of the page:






Quote:
Known Issue

Windows Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) is not compatible with the VPN client. If you attempt to install, you will receive an error on the install that says "The vpn client agent was unable to create the interprocess communication depot." Turning off ICS and reinstalling will fix the error.


Also from here:
WiscVPN (Win) - Interprocess Communication Depot Error






Quote:
The vpn client agent was unable to create the interprocess communication depot.

This error is caused by Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) being enabled. You can disable ICS in two ways:

Per Adapter:
Click the Start button.
Click on Control Panel.
Click on View Network Status and Tasks
Click on Change adapter settings
Right-click the shared connection and choose Properties
Click the Sharing tab
Clear the Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet connection checkbox
Click OK
System Wide:
Click the Start button (Windows' orb)
Type: services.msc and press ENTER
Double-Click on Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)
Change Startup Type to Disabled
Reboot the computer
You can now try ... Read more

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Hi ,
Im trying to set up a Cisco VPN for remote working. What I need to find out is, do i need to be logging onto my PCs domain account before i try to VPN?

I currently log on to a local user profile, then connect from one office to main office via Citrix.

When I try to connect to the VPN server(on my local user profile), it gives me the Authentication prompt, but will not accept my domain logon details.

I know that the IP and server password details are all correct.

much appreciated.
 

Answer:Cisco VPN client- domain logon needed?

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title sums up what I'm looking for. Being compatible with Cisco VPN's is the imperative part.
 

Answer:Recommendation for A Vista x64 VPN Client That Works With Cisco VPN's

isnt there a Cisco VPN client for vista 64?
 

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From the look of things I may be asking this question in the wrong place. If there is another forum that deals with corporate level issues please let me know.

We are anxious to migrate to 10 but we have hit a brick wall when testing connectivity to our Cisco Firewalls. From what we can tell MS and Cisco are both unwilling to work together to solve this problem. Out MAC team has no issues using the native MAC client on the Cisco firewalls so we have that option but our Microsoft users will have a big learning curve.

What do you suggest?

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I just bought a cisco 2612 and I want to hook it up to my cable modem which is a RJ-45 connection. My ISP uses DHCP ( comcast ) and I'm wondering if the ethernet interface on cisco 2612 router can be made to be a DHCP client.

Thanks in advance for any responses
 

Answer:cisco 2600 router as a DHCP client

I think the answer is Yes..

But a more recent IOS is required (i think starting from 12.1 or 12.2)
 

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After connecting to VPN network (cisco 5.0.07.0440), there is no internet, even though it is shown that vpn is connected.windows 8 x64 pro, Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205  I read this thread.  http://forums.lenovo.com/t5/T400-T500-and-newer-T-series/T400-Cisco-VPN-client-not-working-over-wire... The Deterministic network thing is installed.

Answer:cisco vpn client Lenovo Helix problem

this is interesting i have the exact same problem...the strange thing is we have a another tablet..(not naming names) and it works fine no problems??... it connects, and have no internet and no inter office (docs, emails etc) connectivity?? it proves there is something is installed that prevents a proper vpn connection.... would be very interested in getting this solved...tried the "hacks" and got nowhere

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The latest Thinkpad Power Manager includes the Cisco EnergyWise Enabler.     PWMEWCFG.EXE - configuration utility     PWMEWSVC.EXE - "Cisco EnergyWise Enabler" service     EnergyWise.ini - configuration file Problems:    1. Enabled by default.  No option/policy to disable, other than services control panel.    2. Sends a broadcast to the local subnet (255.255.255.255) every 30 seconds to UDP 43440 (cw-disc-cmd)    3. Uses default vendor userid/password combination ("cisco"/"cisco").    4. Password stored in plain text in EnergyWise.iniUnclear:    5. Does energywise client accept remote commands?  This seems to be the whole purpose of energywise, i.e., so a "IT manager" can power down devices.  If so, what authentication is there (see #3 above).  I suspect a malefactor sitting in a public network (wifi, lab, etc) could capture for 30 seconds to find thinkpads that he can power off/hibernate/standby for fun.    What is to stop that?  Is including this component, enabled with a default password, really a responsible thing to do? 

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Hello,

I am trying to fire up the client after a normal logon but I am receiving the following error from the Cisco IPSEC client:

"Error 56: The Cisco Systems, Inc. VPN Service has not been started"

My platform is Windows 7 Professional on a Lenovo T400 unit, I tested other versions of this client wit same results, it works with no problem for XP machines for example.

Have somebody see this issue before? Any help will be appreciated!!

Answer:Windows 7 and IPSEC Cisco client 5.0.07.0290 issue

Welcome to Seven Forums windows8. See if this helps:

Error 56

A Guy

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Hi, i've been looking for a way to isolate clients on a Cisco Aironet 1121 on a certain SSID, and i cant find anything, tried pretty much everything i coudl remember, but since im no expert on Cisco wireless. Is there anyway of doing this?





Cisco IOS Software, C1100 Software (C1100-K9W7-M), Version 12.3(7)JA1, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)
Technical Support: http://www.cisco.com/techsupport
Copyright (c) 1986-2005 by Cisco Systems, Inc.
Compiled Thu 06-Oct-05 09:29 by evmiller

ROM: Bootstrap program is C1100 boot loader
BOOTLDR: C1100 Boot Loader (C1100-BOOT-M) Version 12.2(8)JA, EARLY DEPLOYMENT RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)Click to expand...

Cheers
Posted via Mobile Device
 

Answer:Client isolation on 1 SSID in a Cisco Access Point

In the GUI there is a box you can check on the SSID that says client isolation.
 

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Hi All

I am facing one issues with few of the users. IE 11 is upgraded. When they use cisco VDI any connect client. They get an error at Cisco interface that --  Web launch of cisco secure desktop is not supported with 64 bit versions of IE. Please retry with
32 bit version.

But for most of the users this working by default.
Has any body faced the similar issue ? Any fix\way to solution.



Regards Sushain KApoor

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I am not able to install Cisco VPN client setup on my new profile, Already it installed on my system, but some virus problem's, I deleted my all profile. Now I am trieng to install it but it giving error that "Error 1722".There are any solution for that????

Answer:Error 1722 Unable to install Cisco VPN client

Error 1722: There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. A program run as part of the setup did not finish as expected. Contact your support personnel or package vendor. this is the error.

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Had a bug (FBI moneypak virus) & was able to remove it using OTLPE & Malwarebytes AntiMalware.  Due to corrupt files, successfully reinstalled Windows XP with service pack 2. Ran Malwarebytes AntiMalware, SUPERAntiSpyware, & Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool, all came back clean.  Reinstalled IE 8, Chrome, & Firefox.  Have full functionality of PC except for Cisco VPN Client.  OTL moved files so I know everything I need for VPN is still on PC.  In addition I now have duplicate files & not sure I can delete any of the moved files.  Any help recovering VPN & what to do with duplicate files would be greatly appreciated . OTL scan attached.
 
OTL logfile created on: 2/22/2013 11:04:29 AM - Run 3
OTL by OldTimer - Version 3.2.17.3     Folder = C:\Documents and Settings\Bob.RKOVIC\Desktop\Technology
Windows XP Professional Edition Service Pack 2 (Version = 5.1.2600) - Type = NTWorkstation
Internet Explorer (Version = 8.0.6001.18702)
Locale: 00000409 | Country: United States | Language: ENU | Date Format: M/d/yyyy
 
3.00 Gb Total Physical Memory | 3.00 Gb Available Physical Memory | 86.00% Memory free
5.00 Gb Paging File | 5.00 Gb Available in Paging File | 91.00% Paging File free
Paging file location(s): c:\pagefile.sys 2046 4092 [binary data]
 
%SystemDrive% = C: | %SystemRoot% = C:\WINDOWS | %ProgramFiles% = C:\Program Files
Drive C: | 149.04 Gb Total Space | 119.20 Gb Free Space |... Read more

Answer:OTL moved files, lost Cisco VPN Client funcionality

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x300 laptop using ie 6 browser locking up using cisco vpn client 4.0.3 - any insight would be great. Seems is only happening on this laptop other models such as t60's have no problem.

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Hello Guys,

I just brought a Linksys BEFSX41 VPN Router. I have the VPN Router setup but now I need to know how to setup a Profile in the Cisco VPN Client or even use Windows XP VPN.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,
Brian

PS. Linksys Support was crap, they couldn't even help setup Windows XP VPN
 

Answer:Setting up Cisco VPN Client Profile with Linksys VPN Router

Are you looking for help setting up the client, or setting up the vpn server on the router?
 

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I've spent hours trying to get the access point setup to no avail.

1) Apparently, my Cisco modem likes to assign new IP addresses to things, so I didn't figure out the web access page until an hour in (was NOT 192.168.1.245)

2) Do I input the same IP address, subnet, DNS and default gateway as my Cisco modem? It has a wireless router and switch bundled in, should I use the wireless network's MAC address or the wired?

Currently, it's set to 'automatically configure':

IPv4
Local IP Address: 192.xxx.x.xx
Subnet Mask: 255.xxx.xxx.x
Default Gateway: 192.xxx.x.x
Primary DNS: 64.xx.xxx.xxx
Secondary DNS: 0.0.0.0

I can access the page fine, but I cannot get the wireless client working...

3) I did a site survey and found my existing network and inputted its SSID and MAC address, but nothing happens. I still get one bar on my wireless devices indicating the AP isn't working.

Help?
 

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On my Windows 7 laptop, after connecting to my office Network using Cisco VPN client. The entire Internet is utilized by the VPN. I am unable to browse the internet on my computer till I disconnect the VPN Client.
Can anyone tell me the settings such that I can browse the Internet parallely even after connecting to VPN.

Thanks in Advance
Prakash
 

Answer:Unable to access internet after connecting to VPN using Cisco VPN client

Unfortunately, there is nothing you can configure on your end to make this happen. Who ever is your network administrator will have to do this on their end. It's called split tunneling. And many organizations purposely configure their Cisco VPNs to not allow this as it is a security issue. Don't be surprised if you ask them to make this change that they tell you no.
 

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i am having a fujitsu laptop lifebook e series running win xp pro 2002 sp3
i have cisco vpn client 4.6 which connects to my company network from home using bt wireles and get a valid class a ip address
however i am unable to view any of the network drives
i am unable to map manually and get error message network path not found
i have tried repairing vpn,but to no avail
sometimes my internet connection drops while on vpn
with the same network login id and password,i can view the network drives on a different laptop using the same cisco vpn client
any help would be greatly appreciated
 

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Hi there,

I've got a Satellite Pro M30 running Windows XP Professional.

After starting a vpn Tunnel via a Cisco VPN Client (Version 4.6 and 4.7) the system crashes with a blue screen.

I can see that the key exchange is successful, but immediatly after the vpn connection gets established Windows XP crashes with a blue screen.

Has anyone an idea, how to solve this problem?

Maybe by device driver update? And if so, which driver should be updated?

Kind regards,

Thorsten

Answer:Cisco VPN Client causes blue screen crash on WindowsXP Pro (Satellite M30)

Hi

Well, it seems that the Cisco client causes a problem.
I?m not familiar with this product because it?s not designed from Toshiba.
I think the drivers are not compatible with Windows OS.
Nevertheless I have found this cisco vpn client troubleshooting site:
Please check this:
http://www.cites.uiuc.edu/wireless/trouble-index.html

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Hi,

My daughter is having lots of troubles with cisco anyconnect crashing, she needs to use this software at university. The Lenovo laptop was upgrade from windows 8.1 to 10. We brought another laptop a dell with windows 10 installed and it also is crashing from cisco anyconnect. Any help would be appreciated.

Cheers
Kevin

Answer:BSOD using cisco anyconnect secure mobility client v4.2.02075

There is a newer version
https://software.cisco.com/download/...ease=4.2.03013

Maybe this will solve the crashing.

Also in the unloaded modules there is
[QUOTE] [Unloaded modules:
fffff801`10870000 fffff801`10881000 vpnva64-6.sy
Timestamp: unavailable (00000000)
Checksum: 00000000
ImageSize: 00011000
/QUOTE]

vpnva64_6.sys Wed Feb 26 17:46:48 2014 (530E1A78)
Driver Description: Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Virtual Miniport Adapter Driver
Driver Update Site: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support...ries-home.html

As you can see this driver is from 2014 and probably not compatible with windows 10.
Did you first install a older version?

Maybe you can contact Cisco support or ask for help on their forum.

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Hi,

My daughter is having lots of troubles with cisco anyconnect crashing, she needs to use this software at university. The Lenovo laptop was upgrade from windows 8.1 to 10. We brought another laptop a dell with windows 10 installed and it also is crashing from cisco anyconnect. Any help would be appreciated.

Cheers
Kevin

Answer:BSOD using cisco anyconnect secure mobility client v4.2.02075

There is a newer version
https://software.cisco.com/download/...ease=4.2.03013

Maybe this will solve the crashing.

Also in the unloaded modules there is





Unloaded modules:
fffff801`10870000 fffff801`10881000 vpnva64-6.sys
Timestamp: unavailable (00000000)
Checksum: 00000000
ImageSize: 00011000



vpnva64_6.sys Wed Feb 26 17:46:48 2014 (530E1A78)
Driver Description: Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Virtual Miniport Adapter Driver
Driver Update Site: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support...ries-home.html

As you can see this driver is from 2014 and probably not compatible with windows 10.
Did you first install a older version?

Maybe you can contact Cisco support or ask for help on their forum.

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I just started getting this error today. I thought it was due to some malware I had gotten but the malware forum tech support said everything looks fine. I get this message right as my VPN is about to authenticate. Can anyone help? This is driving me up the wall!
 

Answer:Cisco VPN AnyConnect issue: The VPN client was unable to setup IP filtering

What PC hardware are you working with?
 

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Hello,

After downloading the executable from a secured link my agency provided, I am unable to install Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client. When making an attempt to run the executable, no event happens on the screen. Looking at the Event Viewer under Administrative Events, the following detail is captured:

"The description for Event ID 2 from source acvpndownloader cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer.

If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event.

The following information was included with the event:

Function: CManifestMgr::ProcessManifests
File: .\ManifestMgr.cpp
Line: 643
Invoked Function: CManifest::ProcessFiles
Return Code: -25755639 (0xFE770009)
Description: MANIFESTMGR_ERROR_UNEXPECTED
Failed to install required software"

I'm not sure how much this information helps to troubleshoot but I'm including it just in case.

Machine spec info:
Lenovo; Windows7; 64bit

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Hi I am experiencing BSOD and when the computer boots it indicates that there is a page fault in a non paged area. This problem occurred after I installed the Cisco VPN Client and connected to the Stanford University network then ran the Esri ArcGIS installer. I had installed a previous version of ArcGIS but uninstalled it before running the installer. After the problem occurred, I removed the VPN client (although I still have a Cisco AnyConnect VPN client which I've had for years and not had an issue with) as a University College London IT bulletin came up when I googled the issue and cited the Cisco VPN client as known for causing BSOD. However, when I do not run in Safe mode, and even once in Safe Mode, I still get BSO intermittently. I scanned the computer for viruses using Windows Safety Scanner and did quick rootkit scans with AVG. None of the hardware in device manager when I boot up normally shows an error so I'm not sure what the issue is. I attempted to roll back using a system repair disc I burnt on DVD but for some reason Windows does not detect a system image when I try to. I tried that with two different DVDs. Please help!

Answer:BSOD Page Fault In Non-Paged Area after installing Cisco VPN Client

Welcome to the forum.Virus Check:Make scans with these tools below:TDSSKiller Rootkit Removal Utility Free Download | Kaspersky Lab US
Online Virus Scanner Eset
Application conflict:Reduce the start-up items. This will help avoid software conflicts:Remove Startup Programs in Windows 7
Clean Startup in Windows 7
Test and Diagnose RAM issues with MEMTEST86+Pay close attention to Part 3 of the tutorial "If you have errors". Take the test for at least 7-10 passes. It may take up to 22 passes to find problems.Make sure to run it once after the system has been on for a few hours and is warm, and then also run it again when the system has been off for a few hours and is cold. RAM - Test with Memtest86+

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I have a very strange problem.  I need to connect to my work via the cisco vpn client (version 5.0.00.0340).  My previous laptop (T43 , windows XP) worked well through both wired / wireless connections.  My desktop machine (vista) works via wired connection (it has no wireless connection).  On my new T400, the VPN client works via a wired connection but not via the wireless adapter.   On the wireless apapter, the vpn seems to connect OK, but when I try to access resources via the VPN there is little response. I get this in the vpn log... 405   08:56:57.073  04/16/09  Sev=Warning/2 IPSEC/0xE3700003Function CniInjectSend() failed with an error code of 0xa4510009 (IPSecDrvCB:846)  I've tried disabling the firewall (in both the T400 and the router), removed access connections, and disabling tcp v6. I've rebooted everything too.  But, nothing seems to work.   I suspect the problem is on the t400 somewhere, because the old laptop used to work OK via wireless. I've seen some google links on cisco vpn not working via  wireless but nothing seems to apply to my exact situation yet.   Anyone else had this problem or know of a fix? Thanks in advance. 













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Answer:[T400] Cisco VPN client not working over wireless adapter (but works on cabled connection)

all good now, got it working.  The Deterministic network thing was not installed on the wireless adapter for some reason. So, I installed the latest wireless driver, reinstalled the vpn and all is good now.  

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Hey Guys,

So I know this topic has been posted before....and I've been doing some searching so I've already tried a few things:

1. Shrew VPN (Did NOT work, gave me a BSOD when I installed.)

2. Virtual XP (Does not work with my Core 2 Duo processor, damn Intel for not making every processor they made recently support this feature.)

3. VMWare (would really want to avoid this option.)
Is there anyone out there who possibly needs to use Cisco VPN that has gotten it to WORK in Windows 7 64-bit?

Any opinions / advice / thoughts, you guys have, would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!
--Asif

Answer:Cisco VPN in Win7 64bit

Am I stick with VMWare or is there anymore options for me?

Thanks!

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Just bought a new Win7 (Home Premium/x64) laptop & decided to get a Linksys WRT160N to set up a network between the Win7 notebook and my XP Home (SP3) box.

The router set up was pretty straight-forward but following that I ended up installing Cisco's "Network Magic" software. After finding out that I'd have to purchase it for $30 in another 6 days, I uninstalled it, thinking that I could live without Cisco's crutch. Well, that assumption was right, for the most part.

Wireless access is excellent (~200kbps DL speeds even while the XP box is doing it's own thing). My main issue is trying to access resources between the two, such as printer & files. Prior to uninstalling Network Magic, I could manually access other network resources (by manual, I mean that I could bypass any use of the Network Magic software and use Win7 & XP tools to access each other). After uninstalling, the XP box isn't showing under "Network" on Win7 but the Win7 laptop is showing under the Workgroup. Whenever I try to access the Win7 notebook, via the Workgroup window, the message I get is:

"\\Win7 is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions.

The network path was not found"

I pulled ping test between the two, below are the results:
Win7 > XP
Ping statistics for 192.168.X.XX:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0... Read more

Answer:Solved: Win7 & XP Networking with Some Cisco Crutches

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Hey gang,

I've DSL has just become available in my area, so I added a line to my house as a backup for my cable internet. To go with that new connection, I've purchased a Cisco RV042 router for it's dual WANs. This little guy seems to be very speedy, and also has a built in support for up to 5 pptp clients.

So, I hooked up my laptop directly to the DSL modem, and have successfully created a PPTP connection to the RV042 using the cable IP address (after creating a username/password in the router). However, I can not see shared folders/drives like I was on the network. Is there something I'm doing wrong, or is this not possible? I think it should be, as my work VPN lets me do this just fine with their client software.

Any tips or suggestions on how to get this going would be great. Thanks
 

Answer:Cisco/Linksys RV042 PPTP problems with Win7

This is typical PPTP VPN behavior, and without setting up something for name resolution for the internal network, you won't get anywhere. Can use DNS, WINS, lmhosts files, a few other ways....or...just hit your network shares via IP address.
 

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I have a new pc, with Windows 7, and am going to try without Outlook which i have used for years, and still do at work.

I am trying to figure out the best alternative, that has similar functionality to Outlook, and would suggest a popular client so that support is available.

I was considering Thunderbird, as I have used Firefox for the last few years.

Does it have Calendar and Contacts similar to Outlook?
Can it be synched with Gmail?

What is the best way to get mails from pst on old pc to new client in new pc???

I have seen this:
1. Install Thunderbird on old pc, and transfer data
2. Then copy the entire Thunderbird folder on your old PC from: < path >\Application Data\Thunderbird folder
3. Install Thunderbird on the new PC and elect to NOT migrate any data
4. Create a new Profile, and elect to use "Default User" as the Profile Name
5. Start Thunderbird, but exit when the Mail Wizard comes up
6. Next, with Thunderbird closed: Navigate to the < path >\Application Data\Thunderbird folder Delete the Thunderbird folder
7. Next: Copy the Thunderbird folder from the Old PC to the < path >\Application Data Folder
8. Start Thunderbird, and your Mail and all data will be in place.
 

Answer:Alt. email client for win7

I don't use Outlook or Thunderbird, but a quick search turned up an Add-On called Lightning which is a calendar for Thunderbird based on the Sunbird calendar. There is also something called GCALdaemon which can sync Google Calendar with Sunbird/Lightning. I haven't researched the Contacts end of this, but a quick Google should reveal all that's needed to know.... I'll do some quick searches for ya and post anything of interest....
:-D I hope this helps!
 

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I am trying to figure out the best alternative, that has similar functionality to Outlook, and would suggest a popular client so that support is available.

I was considering Thunderbird, as I have used Firefox for the last few years.

Does it have Calendar and Contacts similar to Outlook?
Can it be synched with Gmail?

What is the best way to get mails from pst on old pc to new client in new pc???

I have seen this:
1. Install Thunderbird on old pc, and transfer data
2. Then copy the entire Thunderbird folder on your old PC from: < path >\Application Data\Thunderbird folder
3. Install Thunderbird on the new PC and elect to NOT migrate any data
4. Create a new Profile, and elect to use "Default User" as the Profile Name
5. Start Thunderbird, but exit when the Mail Wizard comes up
6. Next, with Thunderbird closed: Navigate to the < path >\Application Data\Thunderbird folder Delete the Thunderbird folder
7. Next: Copy the Thunderbird folder from the Old PC to the < path >\Application Data Folder
8. Start Thunderbird, and your Mail and all data will be in place.

Answer:Alt. email client for win7

Just try Thunderbird. There are several guides online on how to do everything in Thunderbird.

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Having installed Thunderbird in a Win7 machine, I cannot find a way of copying address books over via a USB stick from another XP machine (Outlook Express).
This seems to be a failing with Thunderbird.
What do you recommend as an free e-mail client for Win7 to which one can easily import OE address books?

Answer:Best Win7 Email Client

They key word is "easily". You can export your address book and import into contacts on Windows Live Mail. But not sure about easily. I've done it recently.

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Having just got a Win7 lappie, I'm after an email client that is similar to OE in a couple of respects.

A single click does Receive (and ideally Send) for all my email accounts (that are designated to be included, as per the way OE works).
All emails from all sources are shown in a combined view.

I've not tried Windows Mail yet, but it has been suggested to me that it doesn't do the above (and looking at some screen shots I can see what is being intimated at).
In addition to the above, I'm assuming that support for POP and SMTP is a given.
If Windows Mail does do what I'm asking, then fine. If not what about alternatives (e.g. t-bird, opera)

Answer:Email client for Win7 that is similar to OE

Fairly sure that Windows Live Mail does a single receive. It is what my wife uses having moved from OE on XP to Windows 7. She has more than one email account.
Combined view from all sources is ok but are grouped by email account. It is to the to not from that combines them. Thunderbird is the main alternative. As far as I am aware Opera is not similar.

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All modern browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer has the ability to store megabytes of private data onto your computer's hard disk, also known as client-side data storage. This means when you go to a website, it can use your computer's hard drive as a client-side storage to store any data type, including sensitive private data like credit card information, health records, current location, your login data, IP, website you have visited from, how many times you've visited a website and when, collect any data and track your activity across the web.

Answer:How to check your client-side on win7?

Ok, so what exactly are you asking for?

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I am trying to setup a client computer running Win7 to SBS2003. I hve setup the name on the server, I am using a user with admin rights, I have the servers ip as the primary DNS on the router, I have put that IP of the server on the primary DNS on the client computer. I run the connectcomputer and the screen comes up that allows me to put in the name and password and once I hit ok I get an error saying that the list of computers and users cannot be found. I can ping the server, I can map the network drive to it, I can remotely log in to it from the client computer as well. I have unchecked the ipv6 adapter and I have run all these steps with the firewall disabled or enabled. I have tried changing the domain under the computer properties and it asks for the login information and I get an error stating: An attempt to resolve the DNS name of a domain controller in the domain being joined has failed. I have XP clients that I setup already that connected with no problems. Ive tried about every suggestion that has been posted? Does anyone have any other ones? I have also downloaded the hotfix and updated the server.

Thanks,
Zach

Answer:Cannot connect Win7 Client to SBS2003

This requires that you change the lanman server parimeters in order to get Windows 7 working with older servers. Do these adjustments on the Windows 7 machines that need to connect to the server.

I'm not sure if this has to do with your exact problem but these adjustments are usually required to get Windows 7 working with older servers.

Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Local Security Policy

Local Policies - Security Options

Network security: LAN Manager authentication level
Set to Send LM & NTLM responses only

Set the Minimum session security for NTLM SSP
Disable Require 128-bit encryption

The screen shots below should be helpful.

Reboot all machines after making the adjustment.

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We (me and a fellow worker) have just started using remote desktop to work. I have been using NetSupport Manager for almost 10 years but just switched to Windows 10 on virtual PC at work and discovered that remote desktop performance with UDP is leaving NetSupport Manager in the dust, performance wise.

I have opened the UDP port for my PC and use in UDP mode since Friday. I just cloned the virtual PC for my fellow worker and adjusted his user. I connect to this PC and UDP is enabled. But he is on Windows 7 x64 and he is not able to obtain the UDP enabled.

Yes, he installed the updates for RDP 8.0 and it shows it.
But UDP is still not working.
I tried to update to RDP 8.1 but it says this:
Any idea ? I suggested to upgrade to Windows 10 but I would rather find a solution for Windows 7 since it is supposed to work.

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We (me and a fellow worker) have just started using remote desktop to work. I have been using NetSupport Manager for almost 10 years but just switched to Windows 10 on virtual PC at work and discovered that remote desktop performance with UDP is leaving NetSupport Manager in the dust, performance wise.

I have opened the UDP port for my PC and use in UDP mode since Friday. I just cloned the virtual PC for my fellow worker and adjusted his user. I connect to this PC and UDP is enabled. But he is on Windows 7 x64 and he is not able to obtain the UDP enabled.

Yes, he installed the updates for RDP 8.0 and it shows it.
But UDP is still not working.
I tried to update to RDP 8.1 but it says this:
Any idea ? I suggested to upgrade to Windows 10 but I would rather find a solution for Windows 7 since it is supposed to work.

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Hello,will win 7 support my old OutlookEmail-Client.apreciate your advicePatrick

Answer:Does Win7 support old Outlook Email Client?

"Fire up Outlook Express on the new machine" Outlook Express in Windows 7 - is that even possible? I tried Outlook 2000 on Windows 7 and whilst all the other Office 2000 apllications worked, Outlook 2000 didn't. Outlook 2003 works fine.

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Hi,

I'm probably just wasting your time but I have to ask.........

Is there any way to change the default email client on Win7 to a web based email client such as Yahoo or my ISP's email client even? I'd prefer Yahoo since that is the one I need to succeed with an experiment I am trying to achieve results from.

I have searched the web over and found replies that range from installing the Yahoo toolbar to installing Yahoo Messenger to many threads that state it is not possible with a web based email.

If I remember correctly, I once achieved this on my Vista. Yahoo actually displayed in the set windows default programs options. Was I imagining that?

Donna

Answer:Change default email client on Win7

See if this helps,
http://www.sevenforums.com/browsers-mail/269402-making-webmail-account-my-default-email-client.html

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