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Cisco VPN Client 5.0.07.0410 (Size: 7.63 MB)
vpnclient-win-msi-5.0.07.0410-k9.exe - Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7
PREREQUISITE: Windows Vista users, ensure you have installed: Windows6.0-KB952876-x86.msu
The client requires a kernel patch, KB952876, from Microsoft before
installing the actual client. It is also suggested that Service Pack 2 for Vista be installed.
VPN Client takes longer to connect on Vista compared to XP. This is due to
new features in Vista.
The Cisco VPN Client for Windows Vista and Windows 7 does NOT support the following:
* System upgraded from Windows XP to Vista or Windows 7 (clean OS installation required).
* Start Before Logon
* Integrated Firewall - See workaround below.
* 64bit support
* Translated Online Help - Provided only in English
If you are experiencing a BlueScreen on XP related to the VPN client built-in
Firewall client, please follow the workaround below.
CSCtj25702 Windows GINA shows BEFORE VPN GINA in one case w/SBLWaitForVPNConnection
CSCsf10635 unity client disconnect-verizon evdo/at&t 3G card changed ip .
CSCsi25985 unity vista: user not prompted to reconnect after sleep or hibernation
CSCsi26001 unity xp-vista: reauth on rekey with saved password causes disconnect
CSCsi26020 unity vista: firewall tab under stats still shows
CSCsi26050 unity vista: installshield packge does not work on vista
CSCsi26069 unity vista: error 1721 when installing client on vista 64bit
CSCsi26086 unity vista: upgrading from xp to vista not supported
CSCsi26159 unity vista: bsod during install/uninstall/sleep with active ras
CSCsi26229 unity vista: integrated firewall not installed on vista
CSCsi35107 unity vista: start before login “sbl” not functioning
CSCec02663 Auto Initiation fails on 9x/Vista on boot up
CSCti92867 - SBL: Stop establishing VPN by prompt pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del for winlogon
CSCti49867 - SBL: Packets not encrypted if VPN is established during Windows logon
- add 2 new registry keywords to hklm\software\cisco systems\vpn client:
* DWORD SBLWaitForVPNConnection - tells the GINA will wait for VPN Connection before handing
control back to user to continue Windows logon
* DWORD SBLWaitForVPNConnectionTimeout - (optional) timeout in seconds of SBLWaitForVPNConnection
loop, default is 4 mins
NOTE: If SBLWaitForVPNConnection is not set, then the GINA behaves like it has in the past. But if
SBLWaitForVPNConnection is set, then it will hang the GINA until
a) a vpn connection is completed or
b) the timeout value is reached.
For further details : http://www.cisco.com/