Re: Setting up different Cisco VPN clients on one PC
OK, I accept that I cannot have both versions of Cisco Client running on the same partition.
I last had VPN Client installed.
Now I am trying to install VPN 5000 again. I removed VPN Client using Windows Add/Remove software, yet everytime I try to install VPN 5000, it says it detects VPN 5000 already there. I even re-installed and uninstalled VPN Client , hoping it would clean up whatever left-over files are there from VPN 5000.
Your help documentation has the following help about manually removing the
Cisco Systems VPN Transport driver, but all instructions are for NT. I have Win 2000, and there is no 'Network' under 'Control Settings', and nothing that I can find that looks like it.
Below is your documentation.
Can you please help me get Cisco VPN 5000 installed again?
Uninstalling the VPN Client for Windows
To uninstall the VPN client, use the Windows uninstaller (under Start > Settings > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs).
Uninstalling the Driver
The Unwise program included with the VPN client for Windows NT Versions 3.x or later automatically removes the driver.
The Unwise program for the VPN client for Windows NT Version 2.x and the Windows uninstaller program do not automatically uninstall the VPN driver. If your VPN client is Version 2.x, you must remove the driver manually.
To remove the driver manually
Step 1 From the Start menu, choose Control Panel > Network.
Step 2 Click the Protocols tab.
Step 3 Select the Cisco Systems VPN Transport driver.
For VPN client Versions 2.5 and 3.x, select the Compatible Systems VPN Transport Driver.
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