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My Cisco VPN client doesn't support my 64-bit Win7 machine. As a workaround, I am running the client inside a VM in "XP Mode". I do most of my work inside this VM.

I would really like to do all of my work in Windows 7 and only use the VM for its VPN connection. Is this possible? How do I configure it?

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I was looking for this, too a while back. They say ShrewSoft VPN works, serverfault.com/questions/5221/64-bit-cisco-vpn-client-ipsec. Never figured out how to configure it, though that's on the backburner. – hyperslug Jul 13 '10 at 0:40

Add a new route covering the network on the other side of the VPN whose gateway is the address of the guest as seen from the host.

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Can you please elaborate? – Mike Sickler Jul 12 '10 at 23:56
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Beyond route add? Not really. You haven't provided enough details about your network config and your eventual goal. – Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams Jul 13 '10 at 0:26

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