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How to create a Windows Vista VPN connection

13 comments
Reiki-Man
Reiki-Man

My window number 5 DOES NOT have the option to 'connect to a workplace'......why not? What do I do?

mathaiyan.arun
mathaiyan.arun

Step by step snapshot gives good picture of how to connect to VPN in Vista OS.

scott-f_macdonald
scott-f_macdonald

If IPsec, I see a comment saying that it is unable to negotiate a Cisco VPN--not surprising, Cisco VPN is it's own worst enemy. I am just asking, need to know if we can bypass an Ipsec client for the few users that are now running Vista.

Gis Bun
Gis Bun

Like the other one, wouldn't it be easier to NOT have a slideshow? Something we can capture and/or print instead?

hen770
hen770

is there any settings that the target computer shuld to do ?

adamtorres
adamtorres

Can you create a VPN connection using every version of Vista, or just certain ones?

Bill Detwiler
Bill Detwiler moderator

Gis, We're currently working on a feature that would allow members to print our galleries as PDF files. Would that answer you concern?

grumpy bug
grumpy bug

alas for some reason Vista will not connect a Cisco VPN, well not in our experience anyway. We can connect to just about any 2 bit VPN server except our main Cisco VPN. We've tried the Cisco VPN client etc no joy. So there's another gotcha with Vista :-)

john3347
john3347

Good deal with the PDF plan. ANYBODY with a printer can print and save in PDF.

GRH2112
GRH2112

A PDF of this would be nice to keep.

Sue T
Sue T

the new vpn client cisco put out awhile back for vista?

Fil0403
Fil0403

Perhaps you should instead say there's another gotcha with Cisco VPN. :)

joetcochran
joetcochran

If that were the case could the troubleshooting be a little better? Vista: "I can't connect to this VPN" Me: (clicks "Diagnose the problem") Vista: "I don't see anything wrong with this connection" Me: (bangs head against wall)