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upgrade to Apple Mavericks and Broke VPN

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Upgraded from Snow Leopard to Mavericks and now VPN to Cisco Concentrator is broken.
Cisco does not have VPN client that will work with 64 bit Mac OSX.
Any suggestions.
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Craig Barnes
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by:John Hurst
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I use Windows 64-bit and I use NCP Secure Entry (best of breed).  They have a universal client (I use the universal client) that works on Windows, Mac, Android and connects to Cisco (and others machines).

http://www.ncp-e.com/en/products/ipsec-vpn-client-suite.html

They have a 30 day trial so you can see if it works for you.

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Chris Staunton earned 1500 total points
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I use the Cisco AnyConnect client, works fine in Maverick
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Try uninstalling the Cisco Client, restarting your computer and installing it again. That sometimes works with AnyConnect.

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