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Set default profile for cisco VPN client

Posted on 2011-03-16
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Hi,

I need a batch file that will copy a file to the cisco directotry and set a default connection. First part is easy, but what is the command for setting a default connection?

Thanks!
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In the vpnclient.ini is a line DefaultConnectionEntry=
So if you copy an adapted vpnclient.ini as well with that entry pointing to the correct pcf file, you should be ok.
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