"Reason 442: failed to enable virtual adapter" error.
Is it the complete error message you are seeing there while making a connection ?
Are you on Vista ?
If you just said YES , then this may be you are running into...
The Reason 442: failed to enable virtual adapter error appears after Vista reports that a duplicate IP address is detected. Subsequent connections fail with the same message, but Vista does not report that a duplicate IP address is detected.
To work around error 442, do the following steps:
Step 1 Open "Network and Sharing Center".
Step 2 Select "Manage Network Connections".
Step 3 Enable the Virtual Adapter ("VA"-Cisco VPN Adapter).
Step 4 Right-click on Cisco VPN Adapter and select "Diagnose" from the context menu.
Step 5 Select "Reset the network adapter Local Area Connection X".
Step 6 Windows will again prompt you saying the IP configuration is still invalid, ignore this and just press Cancel.
Step 7 Go back to the Network Connections, right-click your VPN Virtual Adapter and Disable.
Step 8 Now open Cisco VPN, and you should be able to connect without any issues.
The problem will reoccur every time the connection is not cleanly closed - i.e. suspend / hibernate / loss of signal.
If this procedure does not work, run the following command from cmd:
Thank you very much. I'm going to have to contact our IT department because my Cisco VPN connection is not there any more. I will let you know once I get them to install that connection back in my computer.
Login to the FXOS chassis manager.
Direct your browser to https://hostname/, and log-in using the user-name and password.
Go to Help > About and check the current version:
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