My company just got me a laptop since I have been traveling a lot lately, however I am unable to use our VPN Client. Below are the specs on my laptop and VPN Client.
VPN Client 3.6.4
Windows XP Home SP2
AMD Turion 64 Mobile 1.6 Ghz
Virus Scan Disabled
I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the client several times. I have tried a fresh install of windows, disabling all of the firewalls and things before I install. Whenever I try and run the client I get the following message "The neccessary VPN sub-system is not available." I check the services and the cisco vpn service is not running. I check the event logs and it says "The Cisco Systems Inc. IPSec Driver service depends on the following nonexistent service: DNE"
My main question is do you believe that this has to deal with the fact that the processor is a 64bit processor, or is their something corrupt with the DNE install? If anyone has some answers or the same problem please post.
Re: The neccessary VPN sub-system is not abailable.
The newer client seemed to work. I was not going to try a newer version until I found out it if could be the processor since my desktop is running the same software Windows XP Home SP2 and all the other software I use and it ran the cliet fine. The only thing I had noticed different was my processor. Anyways the newer client seemed to work.
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