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Release Notes for VPN Client, Release 4.9.00.0050 for Mac OS X Contents Introduction System Requirements Installation Notes File in VPN Client for Mac OS X, Release 4.9.00.0050 Using the VPN Client About Version Numbers New Feature in Release 4.9 API for Cisco VPN Client Usage Notes 64-bit Kernel Mode Not Supported Cannot Connect to ASAs Using the Same FQDN with TCP Selecting "Send CA Certificate Chain" Prevents Use of Certificate Mac OS Client Help Inaccessible on Case-Sensitive File System Potential Application Compatibility Issues DNS Network Interfaces Asante FR3004 Cable/DSL Routers Require Asante Firmware Version 2.15 or Later Using Nexland Cable/DSL Routers for Multiple Client Connections Cert DN Matching Cannot Match on Email Field EA America Online (AOL) Interoperability Issues Browser Interoperability Issues Entrust Entelligence Issues Accessing Online Glossary Requires Connection to DNS Server on Private Network with Split DNS Causes Problems No Limit to Size of Log File Linksys Wireless AP Cable/DSL Router Version 1.44 or Higher Firmware Requirement VPN Client GUI Connection History Display Lists Certificate Used VPN Client c TCP Connection Fails If Checkpoint Client Is Installed Open Caveats Resolved Caveats in VPN Client for Mac OS X, Release 4.9.00.0050 Documentation Updates Documentation Changes Correcting the Obsolete Filename vpnclient_en_msi Using MSI to Install the Windows VPN Client without Stateful Firewall Using Install Shield to Install the Windows VPN Client without Stateful Firewall Certificates Exported from Cisco Certificate Store Are in Proprietary Format Related Documentation These release notes support Cisco VPN Client software, Release 4.9.00.0050 for Mac OS X.Please refer to About Version Numbers for information about the version numbering scheme.This section lists issues to consider before installing Release 4.9 of the VPN Client software.In addition, you should be aware of the open caveats regarding this release.The section, "Usage Notes," describes interoperability considerations and other issues you should be aware of when installing and using the VPN Client.
All sustaining and build releases are cumulative, and not all build numbers will be released externally.
Introduction System Requirements Installation Notes New Feature in Release 4.9 Usage Notes Open Caveats Resolved Caveats in VPN Client for Mac OS X, Release 4.9.00.0050 Documentation Updates Related Documentation The VPN Client is an application that runs on a Macintosh (Mac) personal computer that meets the system requirements stated in the next section.
In this document, the term "PC" applies generically to all these computers, unless specified otherwise.
The VPN Client on a remote PC, communicating with a Cisco VPN device at an enterprise or service provider, creates a secure connection over the Internet that lets you access a private network as if you were an on-site user.
This secure connection is a Virtual Private Network (VPN).