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VPN Client for MS Windows Mobile 5.0

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I'm looking for a VPN client that I can install on MS Windows Mobile 5.0 and can use to connect to a CISCO 3030 VPN Concentrator.

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Question by:Erik Bjers
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I got this one working for us:

http://www.bluefiresecurity.com/index.html

Had a bit of trouble with this one, but worth a shot for you:

http://www.apani.com/vpn-clients/cisco-windows-mobile
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Haven't tried apani, but bluefire did not work for me.  I installed it, but when I tried to run it, it would not start.

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Looka likw I for rhw bluefire client to work.  I was installing to my SD card, and after speeking with them I was informed that I can not install the current build to an SD card.  Re installed and all worked.  Thanks for the recomendation.

I'm going to wait till I try the aoani client before I award points.

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Good to hear!  Thanks for the update.  
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Going with the Bluefire Security client.  It's excelent and they have great support.  When I tried to get the demo for Apani they sent me a Windows CE version.

thanks for the help

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