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Windows and Cisco VPN Autoconnect

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Trying to get cisco vpn to autoconnect at login for various network reasons. Following adding the autoinitiation lines to the vpnclient.ini file, not having much luck. Anyone gotten this to work?
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That seems to work to keep tunnel active at log-out but doesn't force user to connect to VPN if they have a network connection.
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