I must call this begging. I am not representing my employer. But I don't know where else to look than this forum.
My new job duties require me to monitor a work system on weekends. To be able to go to Church and do the grocery shopping and still be able to do system monitoring every half hour, I bought a new netbook with wireless access. OK, problem solved. WRONG - it's a 64 bit netbook and the corporate VPN license won't run on it. The employer says there are thousands of 32 bit licenses but that they will not help at all.
Is there some Beta Windows 7 64 bit VPN client I could beg? It doesn't have to be great.
If one license of just the VPN client is reasonably priced, how would I get that?
Dude , just download freeware client called SHREWSOFT vpn client for 64 bit cisco remote vpn client and then Import the same PCF file.
That is the sort of answer I was looking for. THANKS! WONDERFUL! I am so happy.
PS, nice looking combat commander. What's it in, 9mm? Do you do IPSC or IDPA?
License wise, there is no difference between the 32 and 64 bit versions of the IPSec VPN client.
If your employer has download access on cisco.com, please ask them to download and provide you with vpnclient-winx64-msi-5.0.07.0290-k9.exe which can be downloaded here: http://www.cisco.com/cisco/software/release.html?mdfid=281940730&catid=268438162&flowid=4466&os=Windows&softwareid=282364316&release=5.0.07.0290&rellifecycle=&relind=AVAILABLE&reltype=all.