I am trying to reinstall my Cisco VPN Client software. After uninstalling the existing version, the install script rebooted my PC. Now the new version will not install. I keep getting a message stating that "A previous version of the client was recently uninstalled, but the computer was not rebooted. You must reboot your computer before installing the new VPN client." I have rebooted many times and I've stepped through the manual uninstall procedure twice. I had originally tried reinstalling version 4.0 and then version 4.6...neither works.
I am running Microsoft XP pro on my laptop. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanx for the clue, Paul. I went through the registry and cleared anything that looked like it was associated with the Cisco VPN client, and I removed the Cisco VPN adapter within Device Manager. Once I completed these steps the installation succeded.
I had originally removed only the files and registry keys defined in the "Manual Uninstall" process shown on Cisco's website, but that process was for Win2K. I guess there are additional steps required for XP.
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