Thank you for sharing such a paramount information with Cisco users, very much appreciated. 5+ :-)
I have captured this critical information in a document.
I have the same problem with my MAC OS X Yomite 10. The VPN client window does not show up so I can't click on connect. I'd appreciate your help.
You can also modify or delete the .ini which controls the startup position for the VPN GUI.
Modify the vpnclient.ini:
1. Navigate to (Win7) C:\Program Files (x86)\Cisco Systems\VPN Client
2. Highlight and right click the vpnclient.ini file
3. Select Edit
4. Modify the WindowX and Window7 properties
5. Save the .ini
6. Relaunch the Cisco VPN
Please advise me, what value should I use for step 4?
4. Modify the WindowX and Window7( windows Y) properties
I had the same question, but fiddled with the values and came up with these. Keep in mind they will be dependent on your screen resolution - but the window should at least appear on the screen.
Confirm the same problem and resolution.
With regards to this last one, what is the file to be changed with these parameteres?
It is quite simple to solve:
1-go in program directory (i.e. C:\Program Files (x86)\Cisco Systems\VPN Client)
2-open file vpnclient.ini
3-look for parameter WindowX and WindowY
4- write : WindowWidth=600
I know this is already answered, but for didn't see an answer for Windows 8. You can hover over the icon in the taskbar, and then right click on the thumbnail image. It will then allow you to "Maximize" it, and you are back in business.