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VPN client connection windows xp

Posted on 2008-06-23
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Can someone tell how me to set up a vpn client connection in windows xp, I usually use cisco vpn client, but I want to log on to my domain, using the dial in option before logon...I'm using cisco asa 5505, and I'm using radius to my server to authenticate the connection, but I have no idea how to connect using xp. can anyone help?
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you mean you want to vpn to your network before you log into windows?  you just need an internet connection active (meaning wired in this case).  after that the credentials are cached.
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oh I see,I didnt realise that the username and password get cached.
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