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how do I use the ncp ipsec vpn client on Windows 7 to connect to a cisco asa 5505?

I am trying to use the ncp ipsec vpn client on Windows 7 to connect to a cisco asa 5505 and I getting this error message:

Group = DefaultRAGroup, IP = xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, PHASE 1 COMPLETED
Group = DefaultRAGroup, IP = xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, Duplicate Phase 2 packet detected.  No last packet to retransmit.
Group = DefaultRAGroup, IP = xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, Connection terminated for peer DefaultRAGroup.  Reason: Peer Terminate  Remote Proxy N/A, Local Proxy N/A

Any ideas?
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John HurstBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
What I found different about NCP in setting it up was the way it managed the IPSec settings. In the NCP Profile, in IPSec Settings, did you set up the two main policies with the Policy Editor and do these policies match what is on your Cisco? There are other settings as well.

I use NCP against Juniper Netscreen boxes, not Cisco. ... Thinkpads_User
kduggerAuthor Commented:
I called NCP and their excellent technical support helped me make the ipsec connection between the windows 7 client and cisco asa 5505 device. It was my lack of vpn expertise that caused me to put in some wrong settings on the client and asa. But, I fooled with it long enough to at least be able to answer the questions ncp asked about how my asa and client were configured. NCP provide the expertise. Thank you NCP. Top notch support for a top notch product.

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