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I used the walkthrough and it was straight forward, but I had some issues with getting it to connect. Kind of like make the change to this new product otherwise support ends 2013 Cisco PIX, extened service begins for server 2003 on 2010, or 2012 for XP. Windows 7 reports error629 on connection and error829 on application log. They're forcing users to their SSL VPN product, which comes along with per-user licensing fees - something that did not apply to the IPsec VPN client. have a peek at this web-site

On Win XP and on the Win 7 RC machine the type is set to automatic, and they worked fine. On the Win 7 machine with same settings, and set to PPTP, I get an error 619 and if the XP macine is connected at that stage it get disconnected. It would be two steps backwards from a standards and platform support point of view. Share this Post: 22 Responses to “Cisco killing off IPsec VPN Client, forcing even more licensing fees” Ted Says: July 3rd, 2009 at 1:32 pm Interestingly enough, I was just having http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/windows-7-x64-hates-vpn-clients.139949/

On the xp macine I connect to VPN with the built in XP VPN client with no hassle. If your company or organization needs a VPN then OpenVPN is really the only sustainable solution with a guaranteed migration path and controllable growth costs. Fantastic! I've always liked Windows but I've always like Apple hardware so this is the best of both worlds.

  1. If you push the VPN profile out to a Win7 x64 client via GPO following instructions here:https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc772449.aspx, the connection will never connect, it will hang at "Verifying user name and password",
  2. Regards, Tomislav Monday, January 09, 2012 8:19 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi all, This is a long thread and I don't know if I should start
  3. Sure, there are circumstances where SSL VPNs are the right tool for the job, but not for us and I have absolutely no intention of changing to a proprietary solution nor
  4. The Cisco VPN 3000 concentrator can do VPN connections over L2TP/IPsec, PPTP, and "WebVPN" and therefore will work with third-party L2TP/IPsec clients such as Shrewsoft.
  5. Reply 0 James van der Moezel Guest Feb 5, 2010, 11:46am I have it working fine here on 7 x64 and a couple of people whose computers I look after have
  6. Reply 0 Ian Grimwood Guest Apr 3, 2010, 5:54am Worked perfectly on Dell XPS M1330 with Vista Business 32 bit.

What happens is that no matter which VPN connection I try and connect to, it appears to start connecting and then it reaches the "Verifying Username and Password" stage, and then MICROSOFT: Is it possible some mods were made to the PPTP stack for W7 that renders it backwardly incompatible with a chunk of the installed base of routers out there; possibly I'm stuck with the very similar problem regarding VPN for over a year and a half. Replacing Cisco with PFSense is now an obsession.

Again, the same Antivirus software doesn't cause any issues for Vista or our Windows 7 RC machine. Interestingly by rebooting my home Wifi and DSL router the problem went away Wednesday, May 09, 2012 12:04 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote A very long thread I haven't given up on the Microsoft or Apple clients yet. why not try these out The issue is that, AFAICT, AnyConnect is Cisco-proprietary SSL VPN only.

tapinstallhwidstap0901returned:error InstallingSSLVPNadapter tapinstallinstalltap0901returned:error CumulativeSSLVPNadapterinstallationstatus:0 Tryingtoremovepreviouslyinstalledservice OpenServicefailed-Thespecifiedservicedoesnotexistasaninstalledservice.(0x424) InstallingSSLVPNservice OpenVPNServiceinstalled. Whether that's driven by revenue, because AnyConnect is per-concurrent-user licensed and L2TP/IPsec is not per-user licensed, I can't say for sure. It's like holding onto GRE/PPTP and all it's deficiencies. It ain't much.

Sorry for not being more helpful and the amount of text. Tried with a different Win 7 pc and an xp client, same issue. There's also talk of using CMAK.exe to produce an exe file that installs the profile upon execution - I didn't make much headway with that either. Jones Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius Tribus: Electrons and light flow throughout the universe.

Pervis Ars Tribunus Militum Tribus: Boston, MA Registered: Sep 5, 2000Posts: 2108 Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2009 6:00 am quote:quote:I have a large deployment of VPN 3000 Concentrators which also don't Check This Out BUT: no traffic would pass. Registered: Apr 9, 2008Posts: 9988 Posted: Mon Mar 30, 2009 2:08 pm quote:Originally posted by beerglass007:I'm trying to get it configured with my cisco VPN 3000. See More 1 2 3 4 5 Overall Rating: 0 (0 ratings) Log in or register to post comments ActionsThis Discussion 0 Votes Follow Abuse PDF     Trending Topics -

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. I'm at a loss. It would be nice if you could write a short howto for the non GURU type users. Source Reply 0 James van der Moezel Guest Feb 5, 2010, 11:44am If iTunes is the worst program you've ever seen then consider yourself lucky.

I'm sorry about your troubles with the Cisco IPSEC client, but I have it installed (both 4.8x and 5.0x) for over 1000 users and have no issues. Similar Topics Windows File Protection hates me! See intel website for more info on the P55: http://www.intel.com/products/desktop/chipsets/p55/p55-overview.htm Reply 0 Simon Guest Feb 5, 2010, 4:47pm Yep, sorry I skimmed over that part.

Migrated to 7 pro 64 bit, soesn'tyncing works fine through itunes but Windows can't see the device saying it cannot install a driver.

Generated Fri, 20 Jan 2017 17:00:04 GMT by s_hp79 (squid/3.5.20) Who do you think you are!!! Dean Hamstead Says: July 8th, 2009 at 3:48 am Cisco are so diversified that they are making increasingly substandard products, draping the Golden Gate logo over it and falling all over I have this problem too. 0 votes 1 2 3 4 5 Overall Rating: 0 (0 ratings) Log in or register to post comments Replies Collapse all Recent replies first jcrussell

Some quick googling gave me plenty of info how geometry and how to read a map, but not much relating to VPNs We are all assigned a unique grid setup with In addition to serving as a general maintenance release, the Cisco VPN Client 5.0.7 beta is compatible with Windows 7 & Windows Vista 64-bit environments.  A 64-bit specific compatible image is M. have a peek here Someone linked this here before.

Until the open source community can train via documentation, support and provide easy to use products, it simply will not happen, specifically in the enterprise. The new AnyConnect client is based on OpenVPN and can run on most major platforms, including 64-bit. For a while I used Linux in a VM within Windows x64 and did VPN stuff through there--it worked but was fairly clumsy. Tuesday, August 19, 2014 7:51 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote 1.

The server side appliance is a Netopia 3346N-ENT DSL Router. Which is kind of interesting and terrifying at the same time Windows 7 Enterprise features explained M. Some quick ideas (not saying they will work), all based on the premise that you are actually connected at some level(ping works, right?): Try forcing your traffic through VPN on the I am sufferring from not being able to support my customer.

darklogic Says: July 6th, 2009 at 11:13 am Hi Robert, I understand your words in a better way to do things, but 3 years from now that will more and likely Connection was always iffy before then anyway. Eventually, i figure, SSL VPN is going to be a standard and it will be free.