- A Cisco virtual private network (VPN) client
- The Internet Protocol security (IPsec) implementation that is built into Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows Server 2003
Obtain the Cisco VPN ClientCisco VPN Client v4.8.1 or a later version is available for download. To obtain the Cisco VPN Client, visit the following Cisco Web site:
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Note To access Cisco VPN Client at this site, you must have a maintenance agreement with Cisco and provide password credentials.
Edit the connection profile of the Cisco VPN ClientAfter you install a compatible Cisco VPN Client, you must then edit the PCF connection profile file. The "UseLegacyIKEPort=0" flag must be added to the Cisco VPN Client PCF connection profile file for coexistence to work. By default, this file has a .pcf file name extension and is in the following location:
Open the PCF file by using a text editor such as Notepad, and then add the following keyword and value under the [main] section:
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Article ID: 928310 - Last Review: Jan 4, 2008 - Revision: 1