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    Cisco Pdm

    Arghgggggggh!

    I recently upgraded my laptop to Windows XP (Against my better judgment) and was no longer able to access my Cisco Firewall via PDM 3.01 - I know I'll upgrade when I get a chance.

    Anyway, after securing my laptop, I downloaded Suns Jave Version 1.4.2_09 (build 1.4.2_09-b05)

    Went to log into my firewall and received an Access Denied error. Server cert does not match local cert - blah blah blah.

    After three days of mucking about with the firewall itself, I finally decided to do a Google search - Guess what the first link was?

    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/...8046c805.shtml

    So just an FYI and to reinforce the simple statement. IF SOMETHING WORKED BEFORE THE UPGRADE - IT'S THE UPGRADE!!!!!!! That caused the problem.

    /end rant
    /hopefully end stupidity
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    Dude, I have always HATED the PDM. Command Line! Now my new Watchguards kick CISCO PDM in the tookas.
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