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What is the correct VPN Client for Win7?

What is the correct VPN Client to download from Cisco site to use on a Win7 machine? I have downloaded two that were not compatible.
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John HurstBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
The best one I have found is NCP Secure Entry (www.ncp-e.com). It works on 64-bit, it works through double NAT, it works on my cellular card and it works for all my clients. It has a free trial for 30 days for you to try it out.

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ryan80Commented:
What kind of VPN? Ipsec or SSL?
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wc1954Author Commented:
Either Ipsec or SSL, I want the Cisco VPN that will work with Win7 64 bit and an ASA 5510. I have access to Cisco web site but cannot find the correct download.
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ryan80Commented:
The type is dependant on what kind of VPN you are using on the ASA. Personally I use Anyconnect as it can eliminate issues when a user is at a location that blocks IPSEC. I personally have not seen a SSL VPN blocked in the same manner.

On Cisco's website, go to Support> Downloads and in the search menu type Anyconnect. Then select Anyconnect vpn client 2.x.     2.5.3055 is the most recent version. About 3/4 of the way down you will see

anyconnect-win-2.5.3055-pre-deploy-k9.msi

This will be the install package for Anyconnect on a Windows 7 machine.
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wc1954Author Commented:
Thanks for the help all!
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