Just upgraded and now latest version of Cisco VPN won't work. I had work settings for VPN (work is PC based) all set and working on my MacBook...with upgrade to Lion the Cisco VPN doesn't even recognize the internet connection. I think problem is that Network Settings is now configured to set up VPN but I don't have the settings for this...they exised in .pcf files in older Cisco format.
Info:MacBook Pro (17-inch Core 2 Duo), Mac OS X (10.7.3)
I can not establish Cisco VPN via certificates. My laptop says that keychain is not configured. Authority certificates exported (Windows CA) in a keychain. how can I do this? Windows authentication certificates are suitable formac laptop?
Info: MacBook (13-inch Late 2009), Mac OS X (10.7.4)
So I was using the older CISCO VPN client and now need the CISCO Anyconnect client as well. Anyconnect would not install, it kept telling me that there was already a newer version installed already? So I thought maybe it was the older CISCO VPN client (that I will also need later) so I used APpZapper to remove it. I am still getting that error message when the installer gets to the disk selection screen.
Has anyone seen this before? I have no clue where to go from here.
Does anyone know if the current version of the Cisco VPN Client runs on Leopard? I know when Tiger came out many people had trouble getting it to work, and the Cisco VPN Client always appears as an issue in 10.4.X seeds.
Also, if it does work, would performing an Archive and Install mess it up? I know its install is a little nasty, and I'm just wondering if it installs some files in weird places. Would I be better off doing a clean install figuring I need the VPN Client to work?
I am experiencing a major issue while trying to log to my professional email account. When I go the webmail page, I have a pop-up that mentions that the security certificate was not verified (altough I added the website to the trust always websites). Then the system downloads an application (that has an icon as a cofee mug). When I click on the application, I have an error mistake that goes like below?
Process: Safari  Path: /Applications/Safari.app/Contents/MacOS/Safari Identifier: Safari Version: ??? (???) Code Type: X86-64 (Native) Parent Process: sh  Date/Time: 2012-04-18 07:02:30.787 +0200 OS Version: Mac OS X 10.6.8 (10K549) Report Version: 6 Interval Since Last Report: 133677 sec Crashes Since Last Report: 1 Per-App Crashes Since
I have a 13" MBP running 10.5.8 My wifi works fine everywhere except for my school.
The airport connects, has full "signal" and it seems to assign an ip. BUT when i open firefox or safari the redirect/authentication page that is supposed to open never does; instead i get "page not found" or its equivalent. So i can't login or access the internet obviously.
Here is the other part, there are about 40 or so macbooks in every class I have running leopard and snow leopard and no one else seems to have a problem.
Safari comes up with strange Cisco screen asking for password. I've never, to my knowledge had anything to do with Cisco. Cisco says they are investigating but for two days now I haven't been able to get on internet. This is on my G4 running 10.4.11
Info: iMac Intel 20 in., Mac OS X (10.5.8), PowerBook G4 - 400 Titanium, PowerMac G4 QuickSilver (2002), Du
I have two 17" MacBook Pros.. One is running Leopard and the other is running Snow Leopard. On my Leopard computer, I have no trouble connecting to my company VPN and staying connected. This is using a Verizon Wireless AC595U modem AND/OR using an ethernet connection. On the one running Snow Leopard, I can stay connected with an ethernet cable - but not with the Verizon modem.
What could be the difference? I'm thinking it must have something to do with a new configuration of my new MacBook Pro. I'd really love to keep my old MBP as an emergency backup when the new one is being repaired by Apple. I'd rather not touch it unless I have to. As it stands, I need to use my old computer when traveling if I want to stay connected virtually...
I switched from Ubuntu to Mac OS X 10.9.4 today at work. I'm already using Mac OS X on my private MacBook since two years now. We're using Cisco Jabber at work and I remember the Messages App to also support the XMPP protocol. So I added a new account, entered my credentials, the Jabber server and its port. All worked fine at first. Chatting with people using clients other than the original Cisco Jabber (either for Windows or for Mac) worked fine. But every message I'm receiving from someone using Cisco Jabber starts with an underscored "Subject" text. I don't think this is sent from Cisco Jabber as part of the text because I did not have such problems with receiving messages using Pidgin in 12 months.
So: Is there a way to turn this off or is it really sent by Cisco Jabber and Pidgin simply ignored it all the time?
After the disaster getting Quicken for Mac 2007 (or earlier) to sort-of work on Lion, has anyone checked if the Lion Compatible Quicken for Mac works on the new Mountain Lion operating system? Even though this isn't an Apple problem, I know I'm not the only person who would love to update to a new Mac; however, they all come with Mountain Lion, and many of us are terrified of losing financial data if there's another
I currently have a MacBook Pro running 10.6.8. It has 2.4GHz Intel Core Duo 2 & 8GB of DDR3 RAM. I want to upgrade to Lion, but I am worried that my Adobe Creative Suite Design Premium CS4 will not be compatiable with that version. Can anyone verified that this will work?
1. Lion's (10.7.3) user interface becomes nonresponsive/'freezes': trackpad cursor moves, keyboard can be used for typing, BUT gestures stop working and "Dock" is not responding (it is hidden automatically).
2. Tere are frequent "nfs server localhost:/5pBJvp-jULTJrbfF3Hpvc5: not responding nfs server localhost:/5pBJvp-jULTJrbfF3Hpvc5: is alive again" error messages in Terminal while I am running 'find' command.
These error messages seem to be correlated witth the user interface 'freezes'.
Anybody have the 12WX working correctly with lion with no previous wacom installed? hooked it up right away with no problems on a leopard mac pro. had working windows xp on virtual machine no problems.with imac lion, would not run the install drivers from disk (PPC). so installed the latest 6.2 driver and a bamboo intuos 3 driver as recomended by wacom. installed driver for pen. the bamboo driver worked for a day or so ( with no option keys working), but had 4 point calibration unlike the two point from leopard install.now, neither are recognizing a tablet connection, only works as monitor. uninstalled. tried an older driver 6.15. ran fix disk permissions, reset pram. restarted(+++). dis and re connected. reinstalled again and again. still no luck getting it running on a new mid 2011 imac with lion.
I am running a Intel Imac 2008 clean install SL then Lion upgrade, followed by Lion Server install.I have multiple home macs, and intnded the server as a way to monitor and restrict kids internet use.In short, it has changes/screwed up multiple programs, and complicated home sharing issues considerably. Mail on the server machine has permission problems (cannot send mail, unable to sign), Spotlight in mail is non-functioning, finder spotlight searches are inconsistent, etc.I want to revert to plain old Lion.
I have done disk utility/verify disk and verified/repaired permissions, and have 'fiddled' (i'm not an expert) in the keychain/certificates areas, but I think the best solution is a clean install of Lion. When I backup to TIme Machine, is there a way to pull a 'Lion' version of my disk image back, and just not upgrade to Server? I understand I can disable Server and turn off applications in Server, but it doesn't fix my buggy machine. My options are to back up my 250GB of music, 100GB of photos, 100GB of movies, etc on to external drives, and clean install and then reimport everything, but even that will probably mean I cant reinstall my single user licesnse of MS office, VMware fusion, etc that I didn't buy on the App store.
I accidently deleted some file on my computer that wouldn't let me start up my MacBook pro, 13 Inch, so I had to press Command- R at start up (brought me to Lion Recovery) and I choose reinstall lion and I started it yesterday morning and all day and over night. It's barely half way through and it says "148 Hours Left" which is crazy.. Should I just wait? is this normal? what do I do?
unable to view user login in OS X Lion 10.7.3 startup. I had made some changes in icloud settings & by mistake must have checked some option related to username & password. Also when i turn my macbook pro on, i can see the grey background with apple logo, however it does not show my image & login password space. thus i'm unable login to my system.
My iMac 27" Lion hangs up emptying trash. This happened a few days ago and tech support helped unlock it, but I forget the keys they told me to press when I restarted it, to start it in a safe mode. Control or option then something else.
I want to potentially upgrade my hard drive from the measly 160GB to something with more space, more current, and hopefully faster. I've been doing my homework, and the only thing that scares me is the OS. I don't want to clone my harddrive as I would love to start new. I have back ups, so anything important can be transferred, but I would really like a clean slate. That would mean installing the OS from scratch. Can I use the boot disc I made with the Lion installer to install Lion on the new drive directly? I bought my MacBook Pro with Leopard installed, and later that summer installed Snow Leopard, then last summer upgraded to Lion. I don't have the Snow Leopard discs anymore, but I wouldn't want to install each after the other.How do I go about installing that? If I have a brand new drive, there theoretically won't be anything on it, so when I get that in and turn on the computer, what will happen? Will it tell me to do something?
last Friday I ordered my first Mac on eBay. The eBay description told me that there is no OS included. So I went to my local autorised Apple Reseller.When I asked for OS X Lion for my new Mac he sold me a USB-Stick. But not one of Apple's Sticks. It's a normal Transcend Stick. The package was already opened and closed again with scotch tape. He told me that I've only need to plug it in and Lion starts installing. The price by the way was the same as Apple wants for their USB-Stick in the Online-Store.But even if it's true that there is Lion on that Stick - what's with my license ? Do I own a real, valid copy of Lion ?
Over the past month Lion has been crashing, running slow and freezing constantly.\ I am not used to having so many PC type issues on my Mac. I have done Disk repair in utilities and removed unecessary programs at start up.