Microsoft KB Archive/928310
Article ID: 928310
Article Last Modified on 11/30/2006
- Microsoft Windows XP Professional
- Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition (32-bit x86)
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Datacenter Server
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Edition
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
You may be unable to use the following components at the same time in Microsoft Windows XP, in Microsoft Windows 2000, or in Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition with Service Pack 1 (SP1):
- 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
In this situation, you cannot use a VPN tunnel to access resources on an enterprise network on which Domain and Server Isolation policies are deployed.
This issue is resolved in Cisco VPN Client v4.8.1, and in newer versions. These versions of the Cisco VPN Client are compatible with Windows IPsec for computers that are running Windows XP, Windows 2000, or Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition with SP1.
Obtain the Cisco VPN Client
Cisco 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:
Microsoft provides third-party contact information to help you find technical support. This contact information may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this third-party contact information.
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 Client
After 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:
C:\program files\cisco systems\vpn client\profiles\
Note The location of the
profilename.pcf file may be different if a customized installer was used.
Open the PCF file by using a text editor such as Notepad, and then add the following keyword and value under the [main] section:
For more information about the coexistence issues that frequently occur between third-party VPN client products and the IPsec implementation that is built into Windows, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
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