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VPN client  4.6.02.0011  can't save changes on Windows log on properties.

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  I'm using VPN client version 4.6.02.0011 on Win xp serv pk 2. If I go to option - Windows logon properties - and check the box  - Enable start before logon - click OK , the system does not save this  option. When, I go back the  
- Enable start before logon -  is uncheck . I 'm not able to save anychange in the software. We have more computers in the network and most of them we dont have this problem ( same OS Win xp svc pk 2). My question is,   What is preventing us to save changes??



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Question by:yeru777
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There were so many incompatibilities with 4.6 and XP-SP2. The best that works is 4.8 which is available. I would suggest you to try installing that and see if it works by then.

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Rajesh
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