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Cisco AnyConnect SSL VPN Connect Failure on Dell E6500 Computers

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Each time we try to establish an SSL VPN connection between one of our new Dell E6500 notebooks and our Cisco ASA 5510, we get an error:

The VPN client was unable to successfully verify the IP forwarding table modifications. A VPN connection will not be established.

This computer does NOT have iTunes or Apple Bonjour installed (and never has -- it has been out of the box less than a week).

I've also checked the registry for mdnsresponder.exe. It is nowhere to be found.

This system is running 32-bit Vista as installed by Dell.

We've removed the Dell Control Point software.

The version of AnyConnect is 2.3.0185.

Any help fixing this will be appreciated.
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Solved. Upgraded to Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client Version 2.3.0254.
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