Snow Leopard and Clean Access Agent

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Oct 1st, 2009
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Many universities and colleges around the country use Cisco Clean Access Agent and require that all students log in to their network using it. Macs are the most popular "campus computers" these days and with many new Freshman students buying their first laptop now, they come pre-installed with mac OSX 10.6.1 aka snow leopard. Currently, the clean access agent doesn't recognize osx10.6.1 as a valid OS. The fix is simple, to just change Clean Access Agent to recognize snow leopard as a valid OS. However, Cisco has done nothing to fix this, even though they had access to snow leopard before it was even released. Many college students can't get on the network or internet because of this issue, and it should be fixed ASAP. If anyone knows a work around for this, or knows when a new version of Clean Access Agent that fixes this is being released, please let me know. Thanks

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David Rickard Mon, 11/02/2009 - 11:01
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Shame I can't use the fat client in W7 yet. It just bombs out with an Error 1067, which is a bit vague!

But this is useful info!

Leo Laohoo Thu, 10/01/2009 - 16:42
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