Cisco VPN Client 4.0.3 conflict with Automatic Standby?
I have been trying to no avail to diagnose an issue with a Laptop and Desktop I own running XP Pro and XP Home respectively. On both machines, the standby feature will not automatically launch if the time exceeds 2 minutes under the "Power Management" Options. The only logical cause of this is the Cisco VPN 4.0.3 Client that both machines have/had installed. Previously, my desktop standby worked for any amount of time before it (VPN Client) was ever installed, and I have tried to uninstall it or system restore to no avail. There are ports listed in the Device manager titled "Deterministic Networks Enhancer Miniport" and I cannot remove these, I have tried. Subsequently, Automatic Standby doesn't function properly beyond 2 minutes. I have spent hours on the phone with Dell and Gateway representatives, and they have not been off assistance. Is this a problem that anyone using this VPN client is aware and has a fix so that I can count on my computer automatically powering down in the future?
Re: Cisco VPN Client 4.0.3 conflict with Automatic Standby?
Unfortunately, it seems that it won't standby whether or not a VPN is enabled. I have tried 5 and 10 minutes, to no avail. Again, I wonder if it has to do with these "Deterministic Network Enhancer Miniport" devices that have been created in the Network Adapters Section of the Device manager. So apparently, it is not directly related to the VPN 4.0.3 client. I don't know what else could be causing the machines not to power down, unless it is related to the Verizon DSL service they both connect to. Otherwise, I am at a loss. Thank you for your help and if you have any further advice, I would appreciate hearing it.
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