Why do you thin they have lost so much of consumer mindshare and with it marketshare? I would double check the registry as well. They don't care about their customers, and will tell you to purchase an Android or iPad - not realizing the functionality gained by using a Surface. Hello Jack, You wrote this post about 8 months ago. For instance, to call the top device on your managed devices page , you can use 'phone' for the default or 'phone1' to call the second phone, you can use 'phone2'. Firstly I installed the version 5.
This will never be resolved. Even after all the magic tricks with regedit, citrix fixes, so on. Cisco suggests we contact Microsoft. I should have just bought an iPad. The Cisco warning pops-up with the message '442 Failed to enable the Virtual Adapter' Both cvpnd. Tried enabling the virtual adapter anyway, but no help.
Sometimes methods with lag time, like Call, will time out before allowing you to complete Duo Authentication. I am not giving up hope. Sounded strange to me before I decied to try it, becase I thoug it is some fix for some Citrix software. I was still getting a 412 error when I tried to connect. I admit that I am not too computer savvy, but when I do research on the tablet, and I think I am getting something to fulfill my needs and it doesn't, it makes me look elsewhere. Hi, I'm writing this for others that have a similar problem. Here another topic regarding this issue Gustavo I am using Windows 8.
Cisco suggests we contact Microsoft. If anyconnect was available I would had my hands on the nokia as soon as it shipped. A pro is a crappier version of a laptop, smaller screen, crappier keyboard also has a fan for a bit better bat life than an air. Still no decent workaround-next step will be to try and find a different client that works. When it was trying to reinstall after the upgrade to Windows 8. Cisco has an open request with Microsoft on this topic.
That's an enterprise issue for us. But it took a whole year. It is a political issue. I think the best immediate solution would be to return your surface rt and buy a surface pro that will fill your needs instead of buying the cheaper version of the os and complaining that it doesn't do stuff that it very clearly states it wasn't going to do when you purchased it. But probably with some other combinations of all here and elsewhere tips described - it works. Customers who want this functionality should contact Microsoft to express their interest. I tried a disk cleanup to remove temporary files and even a defrag, but I'm still getting the same error.
The back and forth between Cisco and Microsoft on this issue is absolutely senseless. Seems like this did the trick - the client is working just fine now. . Note: You may be warned the program comes from an unknown publisher and asked to confirm that you want to allow it to make changes to your computer. Hi Gustavo, did you do anything else? I attempted to do this from the original disk, but the install would not complete. With that said, I believe Microsoft needs to get this solved.
I suggest you contact Cisco for help. Cisco has an open request with Microsoft on this topic. I kept on getting the following message : Reason 442: Failed to Enable Virtual Adapter I followed the steps from forum but no success. After many tries also update to version 5. Very disappointed, since that is the main reason I bought it. I dont want a pro 3 since i already have a laptop, touch screen, compact ,good bat life and the keyboard is also better with the ability to use it on my lap.
I love the Surface 2, I've had it since Christmas, and I am looking forward to being able to use my Surface 2 for work one day soon. Customers who want this functionality should contact Microsoft to express their interest. I think the best immediate solution would be to return your surface rt and buy a surface pro that will fill your needs instead of buying the cheaper version of the os and complaining that it doesn't do stuff that it very clearly states it wasn't going to do when you purchased it. This is plain irksome particularly when Microsoft spout so much about productivity and platforms these days. This is just half-assed same usual attitude from Microsoft.
Can we expect this issue to get resolved soon? Where does one have to post about this to get Microsoft to actually listen?? We don't see WebEx Connect or any other client tied to their existing services. Problem is, there is no other version at all on my machine, not in Programs and not found in Search. When I went to try again, it told me that I needed to uninstall an older version first. This is not a technical issue. It doesn't matter what Microsoft's narrow intent for this platform is or was, what matters is what customers want to do with it.