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cannot start vpn service. pls. help

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buseeliu

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when i try to start the vpn client, the computer restarts automatically.

After finish restarting

i've got the following error message :

Error 51 :

The VPN Client failed to create an inter-process communication socket in order to communicate with the service/daemon. VPN connections cannot be established/terminated via the GUI. Refer to Related Information for link to search on Cisco bug ID CSCed05004.

How can i solve the problem? please kindly advise. Thks a lot


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It's complaining about not being able to talk to something on the box, and according to Cisco's docs on this bug, it is usually caused by 3rd party firewall software on the box. The fix is to install the latest 4.x version of the Cisco VPN client, and allow it through the firewall software.
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buseeliu

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It's complaining about not being able to talk to something on the box, and according to Cisco's docs on this bug, it is usually caused by 3rd party firewall software on the box. The fix is to install the latest 4.x version of the Cisco VPN client, and allow it through the firewall software.


thks for your kind reply. I have tried to uninstall the f-secure internet security and i am able to use vpn client. Thks a lot.




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