Apple support for Cisco VPN client delayed

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Apple support for Cisco VPN client delayed

Apple’s forthcoming operating system Mac OS X version 10.4, also known as Tiger, will not come with support for Cisco's VPN client, according to Cisco. 

A large number of corporate customers use Cisco’s VPN technology, which is one of the leading products, and used by remote workers who need to connect to their company's network while on the road.

According to reports, the networking company has been working with Apple to provide VPN support for Tiger but was unable to get this completed by Tiger's 29 April 2005 release date.

Cisco is advising users of its VPN client to delay upgrading to the new operating system until support is ready, sometime in May.


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