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Installed VPN client 5.0.7.290 with 64bit Win 7 and cannot initalize Virtual adapter

Using Microsoft SDK kernal debugger I see this error message?  So why would it try an open 32bit dll instead of the 64bit dll.  I did install the 64bit version.  Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Gary Gladney

<avrf:formatmessage>RegOpenKeyExA: Key  (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\OLEAUT) is denied 'KEY_QUERY_VALUE'  access with error 0x2.</avrf:formatmessage>
<avrf:parameter1>2 - Error returned</avrf:parameter1>
<avrf:parameter2>1 - Access Requested (if  applicable)</avrf:parameter2>
<avrf:parameter3>1 - Access Requested (for  compatibility)</avrf:parameter3>
<avrf:parameter4>0 - n/a</avrf:parameter4>




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Re: Installed VPN client 5.0.7.290 with 64bit Win 7 and cannot i

Cisco VPN client does not support 64bit. See: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2308/, bullet 5. This is how Cisco is forcing migrations from the VPN client.

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Re: Installed VPN client 5.0.7.290 with 64bit Win 7 and cannot i

Cisco provide a 64bit on 13April2010.  I didn't think they were going to either but this is what is in the download software library.

vpnclient-winx64-msi-5.0.07.0290-k9.exe
Release  Date: 13/Apr/2010
VPN  Client Software for x86 64-bit version of Vista/Windows 7 - Microsoft  Installer
Size: 4898.00  KB  (5015552 bytes)

And it does work, I stripped my 64bit Win 7 down just to the OS and loaded VPN client and it work so I guess it has to with working with our mangement crap.

Thanks,

Gary

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