I've inherited a Cisco PIX 515E at my job, and I'm afraid that I am not well versed in configuring Cisco hardware.
Long story short: My company traditionally uses the Cisco Systems VPN client to connect to get Remote Access into the company.
However, we're getting new computers, and with them, Windows 7 64-bit. I've read enough to understand that Cisco doesn't appear to be creating a 64-bit version of their VPN software.
So, I'd like to try my hand at creating a VPN tunnel that will support the native Windows 7 Microsoft VPN client.
Alas, while I've done my best to use ASDM to peek at the settings of the existing VPN setup, and to create similar setting for a new VPN connection (with a few changes, like adding LDAP authentication where we currently have only a Preshared Key) - I can't seem to get a working connection.
Further complicating the issue is that this PIX seems to have lapsed contract support, before I renew support on this unit, I'm considering upgrades (to an ASA) or even replacing Cisco with something a bit simpler to configure (as much as I once aspired to be a Network Engineer, I now realize it just isn't my field).
To that end, I've attached the running config of my PIX and would love any pointers people might care to share.