Bought a new computer with Windows 7. I have to use Cisco AnyConnect VPN on this 64 bit version. When I try to import lmhost file, it says "Cannot create file C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc\lmhosts Try again providing a different file name. I started checking and I can't import lmhost files when DHCP is enabled. Is there a workaround? Please keep answers (if I get any) very simple. I really don't understand networking but I need to connect to work from home. Frustrated! Ready to cry.
In the meantime, I messed up my CIsco wireless router so bad that I had to disconnect it. I think I deleted the wireless profile and even after I uninstalled, it reset to the point that it won't recognize my cable modem. I am a disaster with this stuff! Help!
You shouldn't ordinarilly have to make changes to the lmhosts file when installing AnyConnect.
I noticed you mentioned that you had to run AnyConnect as you were running 64bit Windows 7. I'm not sure if you are aware, but there is now a 64bit version of the IPSec client available for Windows 7 that will work with existing IPSec (legacy VPN) configurations.
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