How many characters/char. type can a CVPN key profile support?
I'm trying to configure a couple of profiles on my 3800 router to support Cisco VPN client connections.
Based on our security policy the passwords are alpha-numeric, 20 chars. long and are added a -01, -02, -03 sequence by the end. The thing is, the password won't take with this config. Any other simple password will work.
I haven't been able to locate a document stating whether if this is supported and how many chars. can be entered. Based on your experience, any insight would be of much help!
Re: How many characters/char. type can a CVPN key profile suppor
The VPN Client uses parameters that must be uniquely configured for each remote user of the private network. Together these parameters make up a user profile, which is contained in a profile configuration file (.pcf file). User profiles reside in the /etc/CiscoSystemsVPNClient/Profiles/ directory. Leave the permissions for the Profiles folder set at drwxrwxrwx. Each profile in the Profiles folder should have the follwoing permissions: -rw-rw-rw-.
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