So is there a question here?? I'd love to use native OS clients if they were reliable and usable. The funny thing is, under 64bit Ubuntu 8. Registered: Apr 4, Posts: I am hoping Cisco isn't going to switch their products to being heavily based on licensing for fuctionality - more so than it is now. AnyConnect won't work for me, as work is still using PIX concentrators.
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I'm so happy now. The phase2 proposal will use the policy IDs during negotiation. I am hoping Cisco isn't going to switch their products to being heavily based on licensing for fuctionality - more so than it is now. With the Anyconnect SSL client, there is no. I think it was only a day or so old.
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But as Cisco VPN Client does not support x64 bit OS, I am using the Shrew Soft Vpn client, installed on x64 bit Windows 7 OS, and imported the. The VPN server is important because the line does not support 64 bit Shrew Soft has a (free) IPSec client that works with bit Windows Vista and.
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At least Cisco isn't the only one dragging. I have a large deployment of VPN Concentrators which also don't support x64 client access. We use the Juniper product and face a similar problem facing x64 support with the client software SAfeNet being bit only and it needs to install a driver so no x64 support.
I've fired off an email to my account manager to see what alternatives Cisco proposes since I cannot afford to do a platform update.
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|Read these next Ah, ShrewSoft looks like a great contender, and the type of thing I was looking for when I posted that, and to be told whether I was incorrect, and to rant.
I have a large deployment of VPN Concentrators which also don't support x64 client access. AnyConnect won't work for me, as work is still using PIX concentrators. Paladin "Wack.
There is a free 3rd party IPSEC VPN client that supports bit Windows distributions: Shrewsoft: I've tested this. These are the steps to use ShrewSoft VPN to connect to the Cisco VPN server, rather than the Cisco client: Create a new connection, and. MSI file (I used a copy we already had, 64 bit for Win 8) (Also, if you run the.
exe you'll see an Also, as Bers points out, Cisco VPN Client is no longer supported.
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It seems Cisco is taking advantage of their captive audience, and this and lack of compatibility of a proprietary solution is why I'm never going to use AnyConnect, ever. It doesn't support anyconnect. I've been using Citrix Web Interface to gain access to work resources from my x64 workstation at home. I'd love to use native OS clients if they were reliable and usable. This ShrewSoft thing looks pretty cool.
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|Digerati Ars Scholae Palatinae Tribus: Registered: Apr 4, Posts: So, it works, but is useless to me if I can't verify it is being used from a managed computer!
Can the client work with this cisco hardware?
I'm seeing this as the latest version not Beta : vpnclient-winxmsi 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 to changing to per-user licensing, much less paying Cisco extra for those per-user licenses that I don't need nor want. I started every day by checking to see if Cisco had released new code that would actually authenticate users via NTLM as the unit was purported to do.