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I want to post the Cisco IPsec vpn x64 client to my sharePoint site for download. I want users to be able to download the client, install it and the company .pcl file already is imported into the client. Basically, I don’t want to instruct them to download a separate .pcl file and import.
What are my options?
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Create a directory in inetpub on the sharepoint server --> allow directory browsing for the directory and permission to the users --> paste VPN setup, PCF and instruction files into directory -->inform URL on sharepoint to users
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The software is a self extracting installer. There are tools (like from winzip or other) where you can open that file, replace the default pcf with your own and after that you can post the custom .exe as one file (run, accept, enter, enter, reboot and they're done).
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You're welcome :)
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