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Hello,

I want know wich version of VPN works with vista , thanks for your help
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If you mean Cisco VPN, I am using v5.0.01 and that seems to work fine.
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Better question might be which version of Vista works with VPN. Answer as far as I can see is Ultimate definitely, Business possibly, Home no.

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