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Cisco VPN Client 4.8.02.0010

J

J. Wilder

#1
I just downloaded the latest Cisco VPN Client for Vista 4.8.02.0010. I had to
install several times until I stopped getting errors. Then when it finally
installed without error, when I tried to use it I get an error "Reason 440:
Driver Failure"

Has anyone tried this version yet? If so do you know a workaround for it?
 
C

Carey Frisch [MVP]

#2
Right-click on the downloaded file and select "Run as Administrator".

--
Carey Frisch
Microsoft MVP
Windows Shell/User

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"J. Wilder" wrote:

I just downloaded the latest Cisco VPN Client for Vista 4.8.02.0010. I had to
install several times until I stopped getting errors. Then when it finally
installed without error, when I tried to use it I get an error "Reason 440:
Driver Failure"

Has anyone tried this version yet? If so do you know a workaround for it?
 
R

Rick Rogers

#3
Hi,

Did you install as administrator or just run from an administrator account?
The latter does not set the proper permissions for a lot of software. To
properly install, right click the installer file and use 'run as
administrator'.

--
Best of Luck,

Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP
http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/
Windows help - www.rickrogers.org

"J. Wilder" <JWilder@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:143B3C5E-66DC-4D37-BED5-56D05D6EEE9E@microsoft.com...
>I just downloaded the latest Cisco VPN Client for Vista 4.8.02.0010. I had
>to
> install several times until I stopped getting errors. Then when it finally
> installed without error, when I tried to use it I get an error "Reason
> 440:
> Driver Failure"
>
> Has anyone tried this version yet? If so do you know a workaround for it?
 
J

J. Wilder

#4
i still get the same errors, I think this may be a Cisco problem. Thanks for
your help!

"Rick Rogers" wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Did you install as administrator or just run from an administrator account?
> The latter does not set the proper permissions for a lot of software. To
> properly install, right click the installer file and use 'run as
> administrator'.
>
> --
> Best of Luck,
>
> Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP
> http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/
> Windows help - www.rickrogers.org
>
> "J. Wilder" <JWilder@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:143B3C5E-66DC-4D37-BED5-56D05D6EEE9E@microsoft.com...
> >I just downloaded the latest Cisco VPN Client for Vista 4.8.02.0010. I had
> >to
> > install several times until I stopped getting errors. Then when it finally
> > installed without error, when I tried to use it I get an error "Reason
> > 440:
> > Driver Failure"
> >
> > Has anyone tried this version yet? If so do you know a workaround for it?

>
>
 
J

J. Wilder

#5
I removed the client, then ran setup with the "Run as Administrator". I still
get the same errors. I think this is a Cisco problem. Thanks for your help.

"Carey Frisch [MVP]" wrote:

> Right-click on the downloaded file and select "Run as Administrator".
>
> --
> Carey Frisch
> Microsoft MVP
> Windows Shell/User
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> "J. Wilder" wrote:
>
> I just downloaded the latest Cisco VPN Client for Vista 4.8.02.0010. I had to
> install several times until I stopped getting errors. Then when it finally
> installed without error, when I tried to use it I get an error "Reason 440:
> Driver Failure"
>
> Has anyone tried this version yet? If so do you know a workaround for it?
 
B

BurningSpleen

#6
Get it @ http://www.bu.edu/nsg/vpn/ms/testmsvpn.htm -it works!

"J. Wilder" wrote:

> I just downloaded the latest Cisco VPN Client for Vista 4.8.02.0010. I had to
> install several times until I stopped getting errors. Then when it finally
> installed without error, when I tried to use it I get an error "Reason 440:
> Driver Failure"
>
> Has anyone tried this version yet? If so do you know a workaround for it?