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Creating and saving .pcf files for PIX firewall

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How do you create the actual .pcf file to distribute?  Obviously I can configure it in the VPN client for use but I can't find any way to export it.
Anyone know how to do this?  I'd appreciate it I'm kind of in a bind for time.
Thanks.
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Just go to C:\Program Files\Cisco\Cisco VPN Client\Profiles (im not sure if that is the correct folder path but you will find it). You will find pcf-Files in there. Just copy it to the desired machine and select Import from the menu in the VPN Client.
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It can be even easier than that. It is a simple text file.
Yes, it lives in the ..\Profiles directory. Just email that .pcf file to someone, have them copy it to the ..\Profiles directory and then open the client. You don't really even need to use the import.

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