Do you know what sort of headend you'll be connecting to?
There's the cisco anyconnect client that supports 64bit, but I think that's only free if your connecting to a Cisco headend. I'm not sure on that, and you'd likely need to have the client provided by the administrator of the headend.
I'm not sure what other options are available, but if you know what kind of headend your connecting to it may give a starting point for what client could be best.
My works vpn has a group name and secret passcode, as well as my own username and password (part of my password includes the rsa securid token). Bet you'll be set after talking to the techies tomorrow tho.
That doesn't make any sense. It shouldn't matter whether your on a 32-bit or 64-bit system so long as it supports the protocol used, unless they use something like a Cisco client (or the generated Windows SBS package) that isn't available for 64-bit systems.
A word of caution. If you don't turn the UAC nag off, it will boot you off VPN for a few minutes every time you try to run something that causes it to pop-up and you can never run that executable remotely. Turning it off seems to be the only solution
Jon: I agree. May be one of those cases that the tech guy really didn't wanta take the time to help me OR he didn't have any idea what we were talking about. Their system is CheckPoint based and I don't know anything about it.
FudgeNuggets: Yup, turned it off..... a real pain when I booted.
Kinda rolls back to depending on what version of Checkpoint VPN headend your admin is running - checkpoint has various clients with diffferent levels of compatibility with their various headend products.