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VPN compatible software similar or same options as built in MAC VPN client.

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I need to connect Windows workstations and all I've been given is MAC vpn client info, for example:

username
password
Host: IP address
Group: group123
Group Key: groupkey123
Type: Cisco IPSEC

Works great on a MAC however the Windows VPN client doesn't work, which I expect however question is does anyone know of a third party VPN client for Windows that acts exactly like the MAC vpn? The 3rd party apps I'm finding have too many options and not the ones I need mentioned above which causes the connection to fail.
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perfect!!! thanks
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