Help with Cisco VPN client 4.0.1 (and 4.0.3) - The VPN client could not find the adapters GUID

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by MP, Dec 29, 2003.

  1. MP

    MP Guest

    I recently upgraded my client from version 3.6.0 to version 4.0.1 (then
    tried 4.0.3). I'm running Windows 2000. I uninstalled the client, rebooted,
    installed the new one, rebooted and tried to connect.

    Both the profiles I had on the 3.6.0 version worked, I could VPN with both
    of them. Since I've installed 4.0.1, and then 4.0.3 I cannot access either
    profile any longer.

    Here is part of the log (if someone could help me I would greatly appreciate
    it, I have no idea what's causing this problem):
    Cisco Systems VPN Client Version 4.0.3 (C)
    Copyright (C) 1998-2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
    Client Type(s): Windows, WinNT
    Running on: 5.0.2195

    7 15:39:10.471 12/29/03 Sev=Warning/2 CVPND/0xE3400014
    The VPN Client could not find the adapters GUID.

    8 15:39:10.581 12/29/03 Sev=Warning/2 CVPND/0xE3400014
    The VPN Client could not find the adapters GUID.

    9 15:39:10.581 12/29/03 Sev=Warning/3 CVPND/0xE340000D
    The Client was unable to enable the Virtual Adapter because it could not set
    the IP configuration into the registry.

    10 15:39:10.581 12/29/03 Sev=Warning/2 CM/0xE310000A
    The virtual adapter failed to enable

    11 15:39:10.581 12/29/03 Sev=Warning/2 IKE/0xE3000099
    Failed to active IPSec SA: Unable to enable Virtual Adapter

    12 15:39:10.581 12/29/03 Sev=Warning/2 IKE/0xE30000A5
    Unexpected SW error occurred while processing Quick Mode

    What is this GUID? I've done searches on Google and Cisco and turned out
    nothing. Nothing has been changed in the network settings whatsoever. I just
    did an uninstall, and installed the new one after the reboot.

    MP, Dec 29, 2003
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  2. MP

    Rik Bain Guest

    Are you using any other vpn client that utilizes a virtual adapter?
    Version 4.x of cisco client went to that model vs. 3.x. Check in your
    network properties and see if it is there. It will appear an a lan
    connection, so you will need to go into properties to see if it is
    there....Also, are you using wireless by any chance?

    Rik Bain
    Rik Bain, Dec 29, 2003
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  3. MP

    MP Guest


    Thanks for the reply. I don't believe I am using any other virtual adapter.
    I have 2 LAN cards (a 3com PCMCIA and an Intel in the docking station). I
    also have a Cisco WLAN 4800 card. I have my computer set up for incoming
    connections (for VPN sessions). I also have Airopeek installed that I use
    with a Cisco 340 WLAN card. However, I don't believe there are any other
    virtual adapters installed.

    The above answers your question about wireless. I tried to VPN out through
    both (LAN, WAN) turning off the other when I did it. However no luck
    whatsoever. I uninstalled the 4.0.3 client and installed the 3.3.6 client
    and it works w/o any problem.

    If you have any suggestions I would appreciate it. I've wasted enough time
    with this already.

    MP, Dec 30, 2003
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