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Cisco SSL VPN for Windows Mobile 5.0

Posted on 2006-07-04
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I have a Sprint PPC-6700 with Windows Mobile 5.0, and I need to connect to my company using a Cisco SSL VPN.  Does anyone have any experience with this?
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Question by:jhartlov
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by:billwharton
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You should be able to simply connect to the SSL VPN using IE.
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by:jhartlov
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I hate to sound like a jerk, but if it was that simple, I wouldn't be posting a question! :)

When I attempt to connect to the SSL VPN, I can connect, authenticate and then get an error.

The error I get says....

The installer was not able to start the Cisco SSL VPN client.
Please contact your IT administrator for more information
Click here to log out
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by:billwharton
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i may sound like a jerk too but it would have helped if you would have posted the error code in your original message

A friend of mine had a similar error message come up when trying to connect to another vendor's SSL concentrator. I'll try to find some more about how he resolved it
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phil301 earned 1800 total points
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I had the same problem, here is how I solved my VPN issues regarding Cisco 3000 authenticator.

Downloaded the trial version of Bluefire VPN software (www.bluefiresecurity.com). I had some issues with the initial release, after the latest release, I have no issues connecting anymore.

It is hard to get through to thier phone support. If you have issues, contact Kevin Coleman (kcoleman@bluefiresecurity.com) and he will provide all the support you need.

You should be able to get it working very quickly.
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