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How do I use CISCO VPN Client For Windows 7 64 Bit

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Hi.
  I installed CISCO VPN client on my Windows 7 64Bit machine. I am able to establish connection and also i am getting the IP address. But when I am trying to RDP any server or trying to ping its not connecting. As anybody had simillar issue ? What would be the cause. Please suggest the solution

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kris
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by:RPPreacher
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Turn off Windows firewall on servers.
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by:Ernie Beek
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Just to make sure: the VPN is working when you try it from another machine?
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by:Kris_Zawisza
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From My XP machine its working fine. But from this new Windows & 64 bit machine its not working.
I disable the firewall of the Windows 7 client machine but still no luck.
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by:Ernie Beek
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Just another (obvious) question: you do have the 64bit version of the client?

If so:
When installing, did you do a 'run as administrator?
Did you have any other VPN clients installed?
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by:Kris_Zawisza
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Yes I installed Cisco VPN Client for 64 Bit OS. I run by using my credential which is in adminstartor group. No Only i have CISCO vpn clinet. And as I told in my question that Its establish connection and I am getting the IP also.
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by:Ernie Beek
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I read that. But there are some issues with the client and win7. Even when you are administrator you sometimes need to do run as administrator to install things well. With the cisco clients sometimes the virtual adapter doesn't get installed correctly if you don't. So yes, in win7 being an administrator doesn't you are an administrator :-~

Other things you might want to check:
Anything showing int the eventlogs?
When connected and trying to get through the VPN, does anything show in the logs of the firewall (PIX, ASA, another ?).
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Kris_Zawisza earned 0 total points
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I have resolved the issue by installing Citrix DNEUpdate client for 64 bit OS.
After installing reboot the system and it works fine.
Thanks to all of you for your suggestion.
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by:Kris_Zawisza
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I have resolved the issue.
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