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Sonicwall program in Vista

We try to installed sonicwall program in Vista Operating System and shows following errer :

1. Failed to installed DNE, Abroting the installation
2. DNE Ext. code is : Oxe1230027

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Here's a link to the cleanup tool located on SonicWALL's FTP site:
ftp://ftp.sonicwall.com/pub/techSupport/SWVPNClientClean.zip

If you are still having problems after using the cleanup util, try downloading the DNE demo here:
http://www.deterministicnetworks.com/Downloads/downloads.asp

Use the cleanup util again, then install the DNE demo first and Global client after that. The DNE demo is the virtual adapter piece that Global client uses anyway, you will just be installing it separately.
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I got the clean up tool, ran it, rebooted, then ran the DNE demo installer then installed the VPN client and it worked fine.

Hope that helps!

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