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I'm trying to install the VPN client and upon installation I get an error stating that the VPN client is not compatible with Internet connection sharing for Windows XP. Internet connection sharing mus be unistalled before installation can contiune.

As you can see I am running Windows XP home edition SP2. Note* I have had this running on a different machine with windows XP SP1

I have unistalled everything I can find regarding internet connection sharing in the windows add/remove features and i still get same message. Any suggestions on what to do next? Also, I cannot roll back this comp to SP1.
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Hi orion7_11,
What version of the Cisco client are you installing?
I recomend version 4.5 as older ones have issues with SP2.
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It's an older version...3.6 I don't have access to the newer version. I figured that was probably the reason for the conflict.
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You should be able to get a new version from your supplier or Cisco directly.
If you have problems send me an email (address in my profile) and I will see if I can sort you out a copy.
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