Cisco VPN client ALTERNATIVE ?

Rubicon2009
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Hi !

Since cisco decided not to produce a x64 VPN client i'm kind of stuck. Does anyone know a free client alternative to connect ?
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http://www.ncp-e.com/en.html

Or AnyConnect if you have an ASA.

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http://www.ncp-e.com/en/downloads/software.html

Not free, but free trial...
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If the Cisco requirement is plain-jane IPSec, I use the SafeNet SoftRemote 64-bit client. It works great for Netscreen IPSec boxes, but I don't know about Cisco. ... Thinkpads_User
Is the Safenet client free or cheeper then the ncp-e client? Do you have a link to the 64bit client, I google but can't seam to find the vendor or author site?

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Safenet Softremote is not free unfortunately (although it is quite good). I am having some difficulty finding out where they are going right now. I have V11.x installed on my T61p laptop; they have told me there is a newer version V11.y out that I wish to try in Windows 7 soon; but their web site only shows V10.8 which is old.

Go to:  http://biz.safenet-inc.com/ for information. They have a contact link.

I saw an article about the NCP secure client for Windows 7 and I mean to try it (but I have not yet). I saw it at:
http://www.networkworld.com/news/2009/021009-windows-7-gets-ipsec-vpn.html

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