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Reset network after sleep when Cisco VPN is installed
Authored by: raider on Aug 20, '03 12:02:31PM
Well, the problem is not that I lose connection to the VPN, but rather I lose connection to ANY network.

I tried using OSXs built-in PPTP but our VPN rules won't allow it to connect. I downloaded 4.01 and then couldn't get 3.7.2 uninstalled. I found varoius instructions for uninstalling 3.7.2 since the uninstall script and the GUI uninstaller were not present on my machine. (They say this might happen - must be too many versions of 3.7.x floating around). So I had to manually delete all the cisco VPN files. I have not had time to try it out yet. More to come...

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Reset network after sleep when Cisco VPN is installed
Authored by: gsdali on Aug 31, '03 12:40:52PM

Can you provide a link to something telling me how to do a manual uninstall. This has been plaguing me since I started using Cisco VPN a good while back. Now I've graduated from University and no longer need the VPN it would be great to have normal service resumed on my mac, and I've long since deleted the VPNCLient app.

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Reset network after sleep when Cisco VPN is installed
Authored by: raider on Sep 09, '03 11:20:51AM

Unfortunately I don't have a link. I just did it myself. I searched the disk for anything with "cisco" in the name and deleted it. If I remember correctly, there was something in the StartupItems that needed to be removed - which proved to be the culpret.



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Reset network after sleep when Cisco VPN is installed
Authored by: raider on Sep 09, '03 11:54:15AM

4.01 fixed the sleep problems, and appears to work OK. Now if anyone knows how to "break" it to allow for my local LAN access while I am connected to the VPN. ;) Thanks folks for the help, and I hope this info helps at least one other person.



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