I removed Cisco VPN Client from My Computer running Windows XP Home because of a problem and now I want to reinstall it but it keeps telling me that I need to reboot after the removal process but I have already rebooted several times, can anyone help me?
You also need to make sure you go to the device manager and remove all the copies of the VPN adapter you have probably installed. This is not good for the VPN client 5.0. Cisco has not published an uninstall for that and registry entries are different.
Thanks for your reply. The error message that I get says "A previous version of the VPN Client was recently uninstalled, but the computer was not rebooted. You must reboot your computer before installing the new VPN Client."
Trouble is I have already rebooted several times. I have gone into the registry and removed some suggested lines that refer to the Cisco VPN Client and checked the device manager and found no VPN adapter there.
Do you have any suggestions as to where I might find some additional help on the subject, I am new at this and find myself stuck without any ideas for a next step.
Login to the FXOS chassis manager.
Direct your browser to https://hostname/, and log-in using the user-name and password.
Go to Help > About and check the current version:
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