Cisco VPN Client is still working on Windows 10 anniversary update

I just updatet my Windows 10. after rebooting, it notifies me that the Cisco vpn client app had been removed because it is not compatible with the current OS.

But the app is indeed still installed, only not working. I did these steps to recover it, which resemble the original procedure to make VPN Client
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Utilities still working on Windows 10

While I try to get used to the new Windows 10 OS, I think it can be worth mentioning two utility programs which are not officially documented to be working on this OS but I found them to have no problems.

The first one is MS Keyboard Layout Creator. I use this to create a
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(Italiano) Notebook HP Probook 470 G3

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Cisco VPN Client on Windows 10 without SonicWALL VPN client

There’s plenty of info on the net about how to install and make work the old, unsupported Cisco VPN Client on Windwos 10, so I’ll avoid making cut/paste here.

The only advice I would like to add is that contrary to what I read around, it was perfectly feasible to me to use directly the
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Windows 7 setup on Zotac BI323 hangs at “Completing Installation”

If you try to install Windows 7 on a Zotac BI323, you will find that you have to slipstream the xHCI drivers in the installation media before being able to access the hard drive and install the system. This is covered in an article by Zotac, and worked well for me. The utility provided
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Recover saved wifi passwords after changing wireless adapter

I changed the WiFi NIC in my notebook. After that I discovered that the new NIC did not have access to the saved WiFi secrets that where saved prior to chaning it.

I ran a well known utility from NirSoft, wirelesskeyview. Thank you again, Nir.
The utility confirmed what was easy to argue, that
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IPSec VPN between Linux and Windows 2012

I had to connect a Windows 2012 machine machine behind NAT to a CentOS 7 ipsec gateway with libreswan. No l2tp, just plain IPSec.
The windows machine itself was not a gateway, it was connected “alone”. So in my case there was no need for using RRAS.
I found it difficult to find
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Fixed: Cisco VPN Client, a Huawei 3G usb key and network sniffing

I ran into a problem widely documented on the Internet. Using a USB 3G Huawei Internet key (in particular for me it is an E1692), for some reason the vpn created with Cisco VPN Client does not work. Indeed, the vpn is regularly established, but no packet is effectively routed through the vpn itself. Googling
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Fixed: “MTP Device” keeps popping up

I struggled for some time with a Samsung Galaxy S (Android cell phone). Connected via USB to my PC with Windows XP, it does not work: the PC continuously discovers a new “MTP Device” but the device never works (error code 41). The problem seems to be fairly common, but the solutions found online did
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