Shrew Soft VPN Client Issue on Windows 7 x64 bit OS
I have a .pcf file that I used with cisco vpn client, which connects successfully. But as Cisco VPN Client does not support x64 bit OS, I am using the Shrew Soft Vpn client, installed on x64 bit Windows 7 OS, and imported the .pcf file, connects successfully as it says tunnel enabled.
But then I cannot RDP into any machines or ping to any of my machines. But then on x32bit OS I installed the Cisco VPN Client and when I connect I can RPD into any of my machines.
So if any one has any solutions, connecting successfully and RDP into any of the machines with Shrew Soft, please let me know, appreciate your help.
Re: Shrew Soft VPN Client Issue on Windows 7 x64 bit OS
You might want to try the new Cisco VPN client Beta:
February 18, 2010 Due to popular demand, the Cisco VPN Client v5.0.7 open beta is now available! In addition to serving as a general maintenance release, the Cisco VPN Client 5.0.7 beta is compatible with Windows 7 & Windows Vista 64-bit environments. A 64-bit specific compatible image is available for installation on these platforms.
Key Capabilities available for Beta Testing: New Platform support – Windows 7 & Windows Vista 64-bit platform compatibility Software Access: http://tools.cisco.com/support/downloads/go/Redirect.x?mdfid=281940730 (under 5.BETA) Software is available for download by any customer with a Cisco.com SMARTnet™ enabled login. Release Notes will be available next week via a link once the download image is selected.
There are currently no plans to support Windows XP 64 bit in the VPN client.
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