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CISCO VPN Client 5.0.4 or higher

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Hi,
Does anyone know where I can download the CISCO VPN Client version 5.0.4 or above. I have a Pix 515e which has always been really reliable. Our remote office's new PC's are all coming in with windows 7, and our old CISCO VPN 5.0.1 client won't install on windows 7. We no longer have a TAC Service/Support contract with CISCO and becasue the device has now reached its EOL I can't get a new service contract to download the sofware. I am now really stuck and don't want to have to replace our current Pix just because of windows 7.

Can anyone help..

Many thanks
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lrmoore earned 2000 total points
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The only place to legally get the Cisco VPN Client is from Cisco's web site and you have to have a CCO login/account with software download authorization (usually requires an active SmartNet account).
If you ever had a SmartNet service contract and CCO login, you should still be able to get the client updates.
http://www.cisco.com/cisco/software/release.html?mdfid=281940730&flowid=4466&softwareid=282364316&os=Windows&release=5.0.07.0410&relind=AVAILABLE&rellifecycle=&reltype=latest
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lrmoore:

Yep I do have a cisco login, which did have a smartNet service contract attched to it, but it still won't let me download.

Thanks for your help though..
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