I am having the same issue on one Vista and one XP machine. Both are Administrator machines. I tried on a regular client and it worked there. I can see the DLL file in C:\Windows\System32 but they don't show up for providers. I thought maybe it was due to my Cisco IP Communicator install as that is about the only Cisco program that is different but after uninstalling that and reinstalling TSP it still doesn't show up. Apparently it is not supported by TAC so I couldn't get help there, so they sent me to this forum.
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question is how can I enable them? In this referen...
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