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    I have a Cisco PIX 502 with 50 VPN clients. One of the clients is having a problem where when XP starts up it erases the VPN client settings. Sometimes we can reinput the information and then others we have to reinstall Cisco VPN.
    Any help would be greatly apprreciated.

    Ed D

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    Re: Cisco VPN


    I don't know the answer to the problem but here are some suggestions:

    I would take a look at the vpnclient.ini file (usually in C:\Program Files\Cisco Systems\VPN Client).

    Also look at the connection profiles in Program Files\Cisco Systems\VPN Client\Profiles. There should be one for the connection you are trying to make.

    After you have a good version of each of these files, I would check the security of these files and save a copy of each. Reboot the PC and see if these files were modified or what. I suppose you could turn on Windows auditing on these files to see if they are getting deleted or what process/user modified them.

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