How to retrieve Cisco VPN pcf file

I have windows 7 32Bits, it has Cisco AnyConnect VPN client 2.4 that I use to remote to the company.
Now I got windows 7 64bits and the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client does not work on it, so I downloaded ShrewSoft VPN Client, the "Connect" but is grayed out. I guess I will have to import pcf file first to get it to connect, but I cannot find the pcf file on my PC, how can I get it ?

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Ernie BeekExpertCommented:
You should be able to import a .pcf as a site configuration, you should check it afterwards though. I did it before when Cisco did not provide the x64 client yet.
Though I would say: try to get your hands on a 64bit Cisco client if you can, last software update from shrewsoft was about a year ago and there are some issues when using it.

And while I was typing this I saw this is about the anyconnect client..........

The anyconnect does not use a .pcf file. That was used with the Cisco Secure VPN client for which the shrewsoft client was an alternative. It is not an alternative for the anyconnect client.....

There is a linux alternative: but afaik nothing for windows.
Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
There is now an x64 bit IPSEC VPN Clinet?

Working with the Cisco VPN Client. (IPSEC)

Download client (Cisco CCO Account and valid contract needed

Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
,,you cant import a pcf into shrewsoft you need all the vpn details
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
it requires valid service contract..
I have free account with cisco
jskfanAuthor Commented:
I have created an account with Cisco after 24 hours, I managed to login. But when I tried to Download client :

As PeteLong indicated:

it requires Cisco Account and valid contract.
jskfanAuthor Commented:
Thanks...I guess I will see with my company if they have VPN Client software
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