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Cisco VPN client for mac with Zone Agent?? Help!


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Hey I need some serious help. I have to connect to my work using VPN. I do it on my dell all the time. I need to use Cisco VPN client whcih I got for mac which is the same as PC. The only thing is my work requries I run Zone Labs integrety agent on the PC, and I must have antivirus installed which it checks when I connect. There is no zone labs integrety agent for OS x, and so when I connect with the cisco client, it says authenticating user... negotiating security policies... then just stops and is disconnected. Are there any solutions? Thanks!!!
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have you tried this app, or you may already use it:http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2308/, what is integrity agent, or what does it do? also try
installing some antivirus software.
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Yeah that's the program I use, its the same one for PC. Integrety agent is something that cheks to make sure your computer is secure. When I connect to the VPN on my dell the integrety agent checks for updated running antivirus software and lets the VPN know and then it's what connects. A baloon pops up from integrety agent saying I'm connected and such..
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"Although Integrity 5.0's new features make it even more valuable, powerful, and flexible, it's still a Windows-only application and doesn't support Unix, Linux, or Mac clients. "

Check with your IT department, but if they aren't going to allow you to connect without the Integrity client it looks like you are SOL.
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I'm sure the IT department could manually authorize you...
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Yeah I'll check with them and see.
I agree AdiumX is a great app, but garbage compared to MSN 7 on PC. I wish it showed a progress bar when you send files and allowed you to block people! I heard MSN6 was supposed to be coming out for mac soon with display pictures so let's hope!
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