A simple utility that aims to help you fix the connection problems when you want to use the Cisco VPN client on Windows 8 or 10 computers
|Updated||Aug 3rd 2018|
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|Crack Size||3.3 MB|
|Systems||Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Virtual Private Networks are widely employed today, from complex business architectures to simple household applications.
Various providers can make these operations happen and Cisco VPN was one of the more common solutions employed all over the world for secure connections.
However, connectivity issues sometimes arose with the client and, since the developer discontinued development and support for the program, users have largely been forced to deal with any problems on their own.
For anyone still employing the VPN tool, Cisco VPN Client Fix for Windows 8 and Windows 10 provides a simple solution for repairing the common 'Not connected' issue on Windows 8 and 10 operating systems.
Specifically, the small package fixes connection failures often encountered when attempting to link to a target network.
As the download size implies, installation is a highly simple and intuitive task, although users should keep in mind that a system restart is required for the patch to have adequate results. Also, one obviously has to have the Cisco VPN Client installed.
The tool comes in an MSI container, a setup that allows it to be used for deployment in both small and large environments via SCCM, WDS, WSUS or Group Policy protocols.
More-so, the MSI format allows users to install the utility using various command line parameters.
An overall simple and practical solution for connectivity issues with the Cisco VPN Client, the lightweight fix requires little knowledge on the users' part.
However, for any problems that may arise, one can browse the helpful step-by-step online guide that also features instructions for SCCM/MSI deployment.
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