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How to install Shiva VPN Client on WIn Vista 64 bit (error: Install not allowed on Windows NT v3.51)

Posted on 2009-07-10
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Dear Experts,

I have a Shiva VPN Client and running good on Win XP.
Since I  need to upgrade my XP to Vista Home Premium 64bit,
but having problem to install my Shiva VPN Client.
Error message was " Install not allowed on Windows NT v3.51"

May i have your further view to solve this matters, thank you


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Question by:akhnauf
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by:ComputerTechie
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i had to switch to a different vpn client like hamachi from logmein.com

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by:akhnauf
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Thank you for the respond.
but i'm at the client side (remote), so it's still need to install the shiva.
herewith the error message as attached

Any further suggestion ?

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by:akhnauf
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I do need the further solution to solve this matters.

Thank you
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ComputerTechie earned 500 total points
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From yoiur error message the software is not support on your operating system.
You need a newer version.

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