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How do I set up an IP Security Policy in Windows 7 so I can connect to my VPN router?

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I have set up and configured a Cisco RV120W VPN router to my office so that I can connect remotely. Quick VPN works fine.

How do I configure Windows 7 in my laptop and the router so that I can connect remotely without the VPN Client?

First  of all is that possible? I have tried to set up IPsec Policies to my computer without success.
Can anyone help me with the configuration? Is there specific configurations that I should take care off?

Thanks in advance
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No, you need a VPN client.
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The Cisco ASA supports clientless connections, but the RV120W does not.
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