Due to the problem, that the VPN client only works on Vista 32bit, we've got a severe problem with the growing number of Vista-64 users. Cisco has obviously no plans, to port that VPN client to the 64bit-platform. On the other side, we can't use the Cisco Anyconnect client, that would work on Vista-64, because this client doesn't support the VPN 3000 series we are using (only supports ASA 5500).
So, what to do now (except trade in the 3000 series :-)?
I've already tried to get a connection (IPsec) with a few alternative VPN Clients (e.g. NCP), but it didn't work. Then i tried to use the onboard VPN capabilities of Vista. But i only could get access by using PPTP. Using L2tp over IPsec didn't work at all.
Is there any solution or workaround available, to give our Vista-64 users access to our VPN 3000 Concentrators?